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Mrs. DaniKl Manning, President Cjeneral. 



LINEAGE BOOK 



National Society 



OF THE 



Daughters of the American Revolution. 



vouuME xxm. 

2^001—23000 

1898 



Louise Pearsons Dolliver, 

Historian General. 



WASHINGTON, D. C. 

1907. 



Harrisburg, Pa.: 
telegraph printing company 

1907 



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PREFACE. 



PREFACE. 

The Revolutionary ancestry of another one thousand Daughters 
of the American Revolution is recorded in this Twenty-third Vol- 
ume of the Lineage Book. 

Our growing reference library; the arrangement by Card Cata- 
logue of the Revolutionary soldiers at the Pension Office and the 
intelligent personal research of individual Daughters are aids which 
have greatly strengthened our records. 

Many additional ancestors have been added to those at first veri- 
fied and families widely separated geographically have been linked 
together. These are tied by referring to other numbers and thus 
lines running through these volumes are unbroken. The personnel 
of the Revolutionary period is better known each year and it beckons 
its children of the present day to more patriotic effort. 

Louise Pe;arsons Doi^liver. 



ILLUSTRATIONS. 



ILLUSTRATIONS. 



Frontispiece. 
Mrs. Daniel Manning. 



OFFICERS. 



THE NATIONAL SOCIETY 

OF THE 

Daughters of the American Revolution. 



National Board of Management. 
J898. 



President General. 

Mrs. Daniel Manning. 

Uice-Pre$tdent General in Chnrsi of Oraanization of Chapters. 

Mrs. Albert D. Brockett. 
Uice-Pre$ident$ General. 
Mrs. Russell A. Alger, Mrs. Ellen M. Colton, 

Mrs. N. D. Sperry, Miss Mary Boyce Temple, 

Mrs. John M. Thurston, Mrs. Charles W. Fairbanks, 

Mrs. Horatio N. Tapin. Miss Mary Isabella Forsyth, 

Mrs. Marcus A. Hanna, Mrs. Abner Hoopes, 

Mrs. William W. Shippen, Mrs. Charles O'Neil, 
Mrs. William P. Frye, Miss Anna C. Benning, 

Mrs. John N. Jewett, Mrs. Green Clay Goodloe, 

Mrs. Eleanor W. Howard, Mrs. Charlotte E. Main, 
Mrs. Anita N. McGee, M. D., Mrs. Angus Cameron, 

gbaplain General. 

Mrs. Charles A. Stakely. 

I^ecordins Secretary General. 

Mrs. Albert Akers. 

Corresponding Secretary General. 

Mrs. Kate Kearney Henry. 

Kegistrar General. 

Mrs. Susan Reviere Hetzel. 

rreasnrer General. 

Mrs. Mark Burckle Hatch. 

I)i$torian General. 

Mrs. Mary Jane Seymour. 

Hssistant liistorian General. 
Mrs. Robert S. Hatcher. 

Ctbrarian General. 
Mrs. Gertrude Bascom Darwin. 



state Rcdents. 



Alabama, Mrs 

Arkansas, 

California, 

Colorado, 

Connecticut, 

Delaware, 

District of Columbia, 

Florida, 

Georgia, 

Illinois, 

Indiana, 

Indian Territory, 

Iowa, • . 

Kansas, 

Kentucky, 

Louisiana 

Maine, 

Maryland, 

Massachusetts, 

Michigan, 

Minnesota, 

Mississippi, 

Missouri, 

Montana, 

Nebraska, 

New Hampshire, 

New Jersey, 

New Mexico, 

New York, 

North Carolina, 

North Dakota, 

Ohio, 

Oklahoma, 

Oregon, 

Pennsylvania, 

Rhode Island, 

South Carolina, 

South Dakota, 

Tennessee, 

Texas, 

Utah, 

Vermont, 

Virginia, 

Washington, 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin, 

Wyoming, 



J. Morgan Smith. 
Frederick Hanger. 
Virginia Knox Maddox. 
W11.LIAM F. Slocum. 
Sara Thomson Kinney. 
Elizabeth C. Churchman. 
Mary H. Newcomb. 
John G. Christopher. 
Porter King. 
Henry M. Shepard. 
E. A. Atkins. 
Walter A. Duncan. 
Clara A. Cooley. 
Mattie a. Hand. 
Edward N. Maxwell. 
Benjamin F. Story. 
Helen Frye White. 
J. Pembroke Thom. 
T. M. Brown. 
Wm. Fitzhugh Edwards. 
E. Torrance. 
William H. Sims. 
George H. Shields. 
Edmund A. Wasson. 
Frances Avery Haggard 
JosiAH Carpenter. 
David A. Depue. 
L. Bradford Prince. 
James Mead Belden. 
Edward Dilworth Latta. 
Frances C. Holley. 
EsTES George Rathbone. 
Cassius M. Barnes 
I. W. Card. 
Thomas Roberts. 
Susan A. Ballou. 
Clark Waring. 
Andrew J. Kellar. 
James S. Pilcher. 
James B. Clark. 
Clarence E. Allen. 
Jesse Burdett. 
Hugh Nelson Page. 
Chauncy W. Griggs. 

James S. Peck. 
Francis E. Warren 



l)cnordry Officm. 

honorary Pretident General. 
Mrs. John W. Foster. 
Mrs. Adlai E- Stevenson. 
fioMorary Uice-Presidettts General. 

Elected for life. Date of election. 



Mrs. Margaret Hetzel, 1892. 

Mrs. Lei^and Stanford, 1893. 

Mrs. Roger A. Pryor, 1893. 

Mrs. John R. Putnam, 1893. 

Mrs. a. Leo Knott, 1894. 

Mrs. Ellen Hardin Wal- 
worth, 1894. 

Mrs. M. C. Butler, 1894. 

Miss Eugenia Washington, 
1895. 



Mrs. Joshua WiLBOUR, 1895. 
Mrs. a. Howard Clark, 1895. 
Mrs. R. Ogden Doremus, 1895. 
Mrs. Lucy Preston Beale, 

1895- 
Miss Mary Desha, 1895. 
Miss Clara Barton, 1896. 
Mrs. a. C Geer, 1896. 
Mrs. Samuel Eliot, 1896. 
Mrs. MaryV.^E. Cabell, 1898. 



MEMBERS 

OF THE 

NATIONAL SOCIETY. 




THE NATIONAL SOCIETY 

OF THE 

Daughters of the American Revolution. 



MRS. ALICE FARNHAM LEADER. 22001 

Born in Batavia, New York. 

Wife of John A. Leader. 

Descendant of Reuben Farnham and Sergt. Sherman Pat- 
terson. 

Daughter of Reuben Farnham and Frances Humphreys, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Moulton Farnham and Perintha Humphreys, his 
wife; Hector Humphreys and Hannah Patterson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Reuben Farnham and Lydia Moulton, his wife; 
Elnathan Patterson and EHzabeth Marshall, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Sherman Patterson and Hulda Beach, his 
wife, m. 1776. 

Reuben Farnham, (1749-1826), enUsted 1776 and was in the 
battle of Long Island. He was placed on the pension roll of 
Onondaga Co., N. Y., 1818, for service of private in the Con- 
necticut Line. He died in Marcellus, N. Y. 

Sherman Patterson, (1753-1842), served several enlistments. 
He was placed on the pension roll of Oneida Co., N. Y., 1832, 
for service of sergeant in the Connecticut militia. He was 
born in Cornwall, Conn. ; died in Westmoreland, N. Y. 

MRS. MARY AUGUSTA GOULD MARTIN. 22002 

Born in Hallowell, Maine. 
Wife of George P. Martin. 

Note.— The number at the end of the name represents the National Number of the Mem- 
ber of the Society. 



daughte;rs of the American revolution. 



Descendant of Judge Solomon Lombard, Solomon Lombard, 
Jr., and Elias Legrow, all of Maine. 

Daughter of Albert Percival Gould and Rebecca Lombard Hawkes, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ebenezer Hawkes and Mary Lombard, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Hawkes and Rebecca Legrow, his 
wife; Ephraim Lombard and Polly Perkins, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elias Legrow and Baker, his wife; 

Solomon Lombard, Jr., and Lydia Grant, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Solomon Lombard and Sarah, his wife. 

Solomon Lombard, (1706-81), was chairman of the Com- 
mittee of Safety, a member of the General Court and at his 
death, judge of Court of Common Pleas. He was born in 
Truro ; died in Gorham. 

Solomon Lombard, Jr., enlisted in Capt. Samuel Whitte- 
more's company raised in Gorham, 1775. He was born, 1738. 

Elias Legrow, (1755-1815), enlisted 1777, for three years in 
the Massachusetts Continental Line and suffered the priva- 
tions of Valley Forge. He was born in Windham, Maine, 
where he died. 

MRS. AUGUSTA JANE PRESCOTT. 22003 

Born in Skowhegan, Maine. 

Wife of Lyman Prescott. 

Descendant of Jonathan Chandler. 

Daughter of Seth Chandler and Lydia Banks, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Reuben Chandler and Hannah Denning, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Chandler and Rebecca Packard, his 
wife. 

Jonathan Chandler turned out at the Lexington Alarm from 
Duxbury, where he was born 171 8. His oldest son, Nathaniel, 
also served as a soldier. 

I^IRS. MARCIA ATKINSON INGERSOLL. 22004 

Born in Hollis, Maine. 
Wife of Richmond H. Ingersoll. 
Descendant of Ensign Moses Atkinson. 
Daughter of James Atkinson and Polly Barnes, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Moses Atkinson and Rebecca Woodman, his wife. 
Moses Atkinson, (1747-1813), enhsted, 1775, as sergeant, 
served as ensign, 1776, and was in the battle of Long Island. 



UNEIAGE BOOK. 



He was born in Buxton, Mass., and died in New York while 
on active duty as a soldier in the War of 1812, 

MISS ANNIE L. INGERSOLL. 22005 

Born in Biddeford, Maine. 
Descendant of Ensign Moses Atkinson. 

Daughter of Richmond H. IngersoU and Marcia Atkinson, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James Atkinson and Polly Barnes, his wife. 
See No. 22004. 

MRS. SUSAN ELIZABETH PLAISTED STARBIRD. 22006 

Born in Augusta, Maine. 

Widow of Samuel Sylvester Starbird. 

Descendant of Richard Perkins, Loring Gushing, Ezekiel 
Gushing, Samuel Hart and James Hight. 

Daughter of Samuel Pomeroy Plaisted and Sabrina Perkins, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Plaisted and Susan Hight, his wife; Ben- 
jamin Garland Perkins and Frances Gushing, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Plaisted and Elizabeth Hart, his wife; 
James Hight and Dorcas Mills, his wife; Richard Perkins and Abigail 
Garland, his wife; Ezekiel Gushing and Frances McCobb, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Hart and Elizabeth Lambert, his 
wife ; Gilbert Perkins and Charity Hartford, his wife ; Loring Gushing 
and Mary Parker, his wife. 

Richard Perkins, (1756- 1832), served in many battles and 
survived to receive a pension in Goos Go., N. H. 

Loring Gushing, (1721-77), a graduate of Harvard, served 
as a soldier in the Massachusetts militia and died in the army. 

Ezekiel Gushing, (1751-1825), served in the same company 
with his father. He died in Phippsburg, Maine. 

Samuel Hart, (1741-1813), served in the artillery. He was 
born in Portsmouth ; died in Jefferson, N. H. 

James Hight served in the New Hampshire artillery. 

Also Nos. 5897, 9060. 

22007 

MISS ELLEN ADELA RICE. 22008 

Born in Rockland, Maine. 
Descendant of Richard Rice, James Rice, Lieut. James Lord, 
Lieut. George Robinson, Sergt. Amos Baker. 
Daughter of Albert Smith Rice and Frances Weston Baker, his wife. 



DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Granddaughter of Richard Drury Rice and Anne R. Smith, his wife; 
Henry Knox Baker and Sarah Mary Lord, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Drury Rice and Deborah Bannister, 
his wife ; Stevens Smith and Nancy Robinson, his wife ; Amos Baker 
and Betsy Weston, his wife ; Ephraim Lord and Salome Dennis, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Rice and Sarah Perry, his wife ; 
George Robinson and Zipporah Allen, his second wife; James Lord 
and Elizabeth Brown, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Richard Rice and Sarah Drury, his wife. 

Richard Rice, (1730-93), served as a private from Natick at 
the Rhode Island Alarm. 

James Rice, (1758-1829), served as a private in Capt. 
Joshua Fiske's company. Col, Abner Perry's regiment, 1780. 

James Lord, (1737-1830), served as lieutenant of the Mas- 
sachusetts Continental infantry, 1776. He was born in Ips- 
wich, Mass. ; died in Litchfield, Maine, 

George Robinson, (1726-1812), served as heutenant at the 
Lexington Alarm and in the defense of Boston. He was born 
in Attleboro, Mass,, where he died. 

Amos Baker, (1756-1850), was placed on the pension roll of 
Middlesex county, 1831, for service of private and sergeant in 
the Massachusetts militia. He was born in Lincoln, Mass,, 
where he died. 

Also Nos. 2875, 12696, 20429, 21512, 21807. 

MRS, ANNE FRANCES RICE SNOW, 22009 

Born in Rockland, Maine. 
Wife of Carlton Farwell Snow. 

Descendant of Richard Rice, James Rice, Lieut. George 
Robinson, Sergt, Amos Baker and Lieut. James Lord. 
Daughter of Albert Smith Rice and Frances Weston Baker, his wife. 
See No. 22008. 

MISS MARY BLANCHE BIXBY. 22010 

Born in Skowhegan, Maine. 
Descendant of Joseph Weston, of Maine. 

Daughter of Augustus Rufus Bixby and Sarah Harville Spaulding, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rufus Bixby and Betsey Weston, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Weston and Anna Powers, his wife. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 



Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Weston and Eunice Farasworth, 
his wife. 

Joseph Weston, (1732-75), acted as pilot in Arnold's expedi- 
tion up the Kennebec and died in Canaan, Maine, from the 
effects of the exposure. He was born in Concord, Mass. 

Also Nos. 14693, 17518, 18478, 

MRS. HELEN SOPHIA MILLER COBURN. 2201 1 

Born in Turner, Maine. 

Wife of Stephen Coburn. 

Descendant of Lieut. William Thompson, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Charles Miller and Susan Drew Thompson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ira Thompson and Sophia Drew, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Thompson and Deborah Sturtevant, 
his wife. 

William Thompson, (1748-1816), was lieutenant of Capt. 
Joshua Benson's company. Col. Theophilus Cotton's regiment 
at the siege of Boston. He was born in Middleboro, Mass., 
where he died. 

Also No. 18478. 

MRS. SARAH ABBY HANSON. 22012 

Born in Portland, Maine. 

Wife of Charles V. Hanson. 

Descendant of Samuel Libby, of Maine. 

Daughter of John W. Libby and Jane Rowe Bolton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Caleb Libby and Sarah Webster, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Libby and Abigail Graffam, his wife, 
m. 1873. 

Samuel Libby, (1759-1819), enlisted, 1775, under Capt. Ben- 
jamin Larrabee and served in New York. He joined the 
Penobscot expedition, 1779, and endured great hardship. He 
was born in Scarboro, where he died. His widow received a 
pension. 

Also No. 14242. 

MRS. MARY STEWARD HEATH. 22013 

Born in Skowhegan, Maine. 
Wife of Edward W. Heath. 
Descendant of Maj. John Moore and of Daniel Steward. 



DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Daughter of Hiram Swain Steward and Cynthia Steward White, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Con?tantine White and Cynthia Steward, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Steward and Olive Moore, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Steward and Mary Ireland (d. l8l8), 
his wife; John Moore and Peggy Goffe, his wife. 

John Moore, (1731-1809), commanded a company of Bed- 
ford county militia at the Lexington Alarm, fought at Bunker 
Hill and was promoted after the battle as the major was killed. 
Ill-health compelled him to retire from active duty, but he 
aided the patriot cause in civil life. He was bom in Litchfield, 
N. H. ; died in Norridgewock, Maine. 

Also Nos. 9141, 12321. 

Daniel Steward, (1734-1802), served in the militia, as did 
also his son Daniel. He was born in Salem; died in Fitch- 
burg, Mass. 

MRS. LOIS WESTON PATTEN. 22014 

Born in Logtown, Mississippi. 

Wife of Roland T. Patten. 

Descendant of Joseph Weston, of Maine. 

Daughter of Henry Weston and Lois Angela Mead, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Whitney Weston and Sally Parker Walker, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Weston and Mary White, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Weston and Eunice Farnsworth, 
his wife. 

See No. 22010. 

MRS. GRACE COBURN SMITH. 22015 

Born in Skowhegan, Maine. 

Wife of George Otis Smith. 

Descendant of Lieut. William Thompson, and of Joseph 
Weston. 

Daughter of Stephen Coburn and Helen Sophia Miller, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Eleazer Coburn and Mary Weston, his wife; 
Charles Miller and Susan Drew Thompson, his wife. 

See No. 2201 1. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Weston and Mary White, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Weston and Eunice Farnsworth, his 
wife. 

See No. 22010. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 



MRS. EDA KEZIA SMITH PEGRAM. 22016 

Born in Hodgdon, Maine. 

Wife of Edward Leighton Pegram. 

Descendant of Maj. Stephen Smith. 

Daughter of Joseph Otis Smith and Cordelia Smith, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Barnabas C. Smith and Maria L. Small, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Otis Smith and Elizabeth Coffin, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Stephen Smith and Deborah Ellis, his wife. 

Stephen Smith, (1739-1806), was in command of the Coast 
Guard of Maine and was appointed naval officer of the port of 
Machias, 1776. He was commissary of the Eastern Depart- 
ment until near the close of the war. He was bom in Sand- 
wich, Mass. ; died in Machias, Maine. 

Also Nos. 15062, 19024. 

MRS. JOSIE WITHINGTON SMITH PIERCE. 22017 

Born in Hodgdon, Maine. 
Wife of William B. Pierce. 
Descendant of Maj. Stephen Smith. 
Daughter of Joseph Otis Smith and Emma Mayo, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Barnabas C. Smith and Maria L. Small, his wife. 
See No. 22016. 

MISS LILLIAN C. SMITH. 22018 

Born in Skowhegan, Maine. 

Descendant of Timothy Pollard, of Maine. 

Daughter of Sewell W. Smith and Ellen H. Wyman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Osgood Smith and Hannah Page, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Smith and Mehitable Pollard, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Pollard and Sarah Whittemore, 
his wife. 

Timothy Pollard, (1740- 1822), was placed on the pension 
roll, 1818, for one year's actual service of private in the New 
Hampshire troops. He was born in Nottingham, N. H. ; died 
in Canaan, Maine. 

MRS. ALMA B. C. WALTON. 22019 

Born in Lexington, Maine. 
Wife of Sylvester J. Walton. 



DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Descendant of Peter Norton. 

Daughter of George W. Clark and Catherine L. Butler, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jacob Clark, Jr., and Catherine E. Bean, his wife; 
Peter Butler and Rhoda Merry, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Henry Butler and Mehitable Norton, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Peter Norton and Sarah Bassett, his wife. 

Peter Norton, (1718-92), served in Capt. John Russell's 
compan}' for the defense of the coast, 1776. He was born in 
Edgartown, where he died. 

Also Nos. 6687, 11128, 14886, 16230. 

MISS ETHEL S. WALTON. 22020 

Born in Skowhegan, Maine. 
Descendant of Peter Norton. 

Daughter of Sylvester J. Walton and Alma B. C. Clark, his wife. 
Granddaughter of George W. Clark and Catherine L. Butler, his wife. 
See No. 22019. 

MISS GERTRUDE SOPHIA WESTON. 22021 

Born in Skowhegan, Maine. 

Descendant of Joseph Weston, of Maine. 

Daughter of Levi Wyman Weston and Clementine Allen Houghton, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Whitney Weston and Sally Parker Walker, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Weston and Mary White, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Weston and Eunice Famsworth, 
his wife. 

See No. 22010. 

MRS. CLARA FOBES BESSEY. 22022 

Born in Paris, Maine. 

Wife of Alden Bessey, M. D. 

Descendant of Jonathan Rice, Nathaniel Eames, Nathaniel 
Eames, Jr., and Rev. Caleb Prentiss, all of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Elbridge Fobes and Julia Prentiss, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Seth Fobes and Rachel Eames, his wife; Henry 
Prentiss and Mary Hart, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Eames and Kata Rice, his wife; 
Caleb Prentiss and Pamela Mellen, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Eames and Rachel Lovell, his 
wife; Jonathan Rice and Ruth Eames, his wife. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 



Jonathan Rice, (1725-80), served as a private in the militia. 

Nathaniel Eames, Jr., (1747-1820), was a minute man from 
Framingham at the Lexington and Bennington Alarms. He 
was born in Framingham, where he died. 

Nathaniel Eames, (1703-96), served as a minute man. 

Also Nos. 14931, 16597, 20986. 

Caleb Prentiss, (1746-1813), was a militia man at Concord. 

Also No. 10942. 

MRS. MARY E. COOK. 22023 

Born in Unity, Maine. 

Wife of Benjamin B. Cook. 

Descendant of Amos Jones. 

Daughter of Samuel S. Berry and Olive Mussey, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Edmund Mussey and Ruth Jones, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Amos Jones and Mary Pattie, his wife. 

Amos Jones enlisted from Lunenburg, Mass., 1779, at the 
age of 19, and was placed on the pension roll of Unity, Maine, 
1818, for service of private in the Massachusetts troops. 

MRS. JOSEPHINE PRINCE DRUMMOND. 22024 

Born in Buckfield, Maine. 

Wife of Albert Forster Drummond. 

Descendant of Capt. Simeon Leach, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Charles Henry Prince and Eunice Ann Atwood, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lorenzo Atwood and Lucy Harris, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Harris and Vashti Leach, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Simeon Leach and Elizabeth Curtis, his 
wife. 

Simeon Leach, (1734-77), served as lieutenant of minute 
men at the Lexington Alarm and commanded a company of 
guards, 1776, under Col. Benjamin Gill. He was born in 
Halifax ; died in Stoughton, Mass. 

MISS HELEN M. DUNBAR. 22025 

Born in Castine, Maine. 

Descendant of David Dunbar, Jr., and of William Hutchings, 
of Maine. 

Daughter of Samuel Dunbar and Clara P. Wardwell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Reuben Dunbar and Elizabeth Parker, his wife; 
Eben Wardwell and Lovinia Hutchings, his wife. 



lO DAUGHTERS OF THE) AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Gr.-granddaughter of David Dunbar, Jr., and Elizabeth Ellmes, his 
wife, m. 1779; William Hutchings and Mary Wardvvell, his wife. 

David Dunbar, Jr., (1756-1840), was placed on the pension 
roll for service of private in the Massachusetts Line. He was 
born in Scituate, Mass.; died in Penobscot, Maine. 

William Hutchings, (1764- 1866), was the last survivor of 
the soldiers of New England and his one hundredth birthday 
was fittingly celebrated at Bangor, Maine. 

Also Nos. 5899, 16264. 

MISS MARY W. FOGG. 22026 

Born in Unity, Maine. 

Descendant of Sergt. Joseph Bartlett. 

Daughter of Benjamin Fogg and Harriet Bartlett, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lemuel Bartlett and Hannah Chase, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Bartlett and Lydia Cobb, his wife. 

Joseph Bartlett, (1739-1808), served as corporal and ser- 
geant in the Massachusetts Continental Line, 1777-81. He 
was entitled to honorary badge for faithful service from 1775- 
83. He was born in Plymouth, Mass. ; died in Unity, Maine. 

MISS SARA DRUMMOND LANG. 22027 

Born in Vassalboro, Maine. 

Descendant of Maj. Josiah Hay den, Lieut. Samuel Stack- 
pole, Micah Blackwell and Thomas Burgess. 

Daughter of John Alton Lang and Caroline Redington Drummond, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Damon Lang and Ann Elmira Stackpole, his 
wife; Clark Drummond and Cynthia Blackwell, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Stackpole and Sarah Morril, his wife; 
John Drummond and Damaris Hayden, his wife ; Mordecai Blackwell 
and Sarah Burgess, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Stackpole and Zerviah Watson, his 
wife ; Josiah Hayden and Silence Howard, his wife ; Micah Blackwell 
and Lydia Tobey, his wife ; Thomas Burgess and Anis Fuller, his wife. 

Josiah Hayden, (1734-1818), was captain of minute men, 
1775; promoted major, 1776. He was at Harlem Heights 
where he commanded the regiment in absence of the superior 
officer. He was born in Braintree, Mass. ; died in Winslow, 
Maine. 

Also Nos. 5895, 9059, 19201. 



LINEAGE BOOK. II 



Samuel Stackpole, (1740- 1823), enlisted from Dover and 
served as lieutenant under Capt. Abraham Perkins. He was 
born in Dover; died in Rochester, N. H. 

Also Nos. 785s, 21 100. 

Micah Blackwell, (1741-81), was a minute man at the Lex- 
ington Alarm and 1776 was quartermaster for the Barnstable 
county regiment. He was born in Sandwich, where he died. 

Thomas Burgess, (1741-1820), served as a private from 
Sandwich, at the Lexington and Dartmouth Alarms. He was 
born in Sandwich, Mass. ; died in Fairfield, Maine. 

MRS. EVIE H. G. ROBINSON. 22028 

Born in Anson, Maine. 
Wife of William C. Robinson. 

Descendant of Lieut. Thomas McFaden, Maj. Ephraim 
Heald and Thomas Kenney, James Savage and Edward 
Fuller. 
Daughter of Stickney Gray and Ellen L. Caswell, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Thomas Gray and Sarah Cragin (b. 1800), his 
wife; John Caswell and Caroline K. Fuller (b. 1822), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Gray and Rebecca McFaden, his wife; 
John Cragin and Ruth Heald, his wife ; Allen Fuller and Nancy Ken- 
ney (1790-1845), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas McFaden and Hannah Savage, his 
wife; Ephraim Heald and Sarah Conent, his wife; Thomas Kenney 
and Hannah White, his wife ; Edward Fuller and Mary Jones, his wife, 
m. 1771. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Savage and Mary Hilton, his wife. 
Thomas McFaden, (1740-1840), served as Heutenant under 
Capt. John Hinkley, in the Lincoln county regiment. He died 
in Embden, Maine. 

Ephraim Heald, (1734-1813), was chairman of the first 
Committee of Safety, and marched from Temple, at the Lex- 
ington Alarm. He was born in Concord, Mass.; died in 
Temple, N. H. 
Also Nos. 16267, 21829. 

Thomas Kenney, (1761-1825), was placed on the pension 

roll of Kennebec county, 181 8, for service of private in the 

Massachusetts Line. He was born in Hallowell, Maine, where 

he died. 

James Savage, (171 5-1805), served in the seacoast defense 



12 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

at Penobscot, 1779. He was born in Ireland; died in Wool- 
wich, Maine. 

Edward Fuller served as a minute man, 1775, under Capt. 
Oliver Colburn. He was born, 1746, in Barnstable, Mass.; 
Died in Pittston, Maine. 

MISS JOSEPHINE G. SCRIBNER. 22029 

Born in Ripon, Wisconsin. 

Descendant of Joshua Vesey, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of E. H. Scribner and Sarah McCrillis, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David McCrillis and Sally Vesey, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joshua Vesey and Mary Fifield, his wife. 

Joshua Vesey, (1753-1850), was placed on the pension roll 
of Rockingham county, 1832, for service of private in the New 
Hampshire Continental Line. He died in Deerfield, N. H. 

MRS. ADA VIRGINIA SMITH. 22030 

Born in Unity, Maine. 
Descendant of Amos Jones. 
Wife of Charles E. Smith. 

Daughter of Amos Jones Mussey and Louisa Violette Farwell, his 
wife. 
Granddaughter of Edmund Mussey and Ruth Jones, his wife. 
See No. 22023. 

MRS. ANNA WENTWORTH STEVENS. 22031 

Born in Waterville, Maine. 

Wife of Charles W. Stevens. 

Descendant of Capt. Nathaniel Cousins, of Maine. 

Daughter of George Wentworth and Sophia Thatcher Lovejoy, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Wentworth and Olive Cousins, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Cousins and Catherine Lassell Went- 
worth, his wife. 

Nathaniel Cousins, (1743-1832), entered the army as ensign, 
and rose to the rank of captain. He was placed on the pen- 
sion roll of York county, 1831, for service in the Massa- 
chusetts State troops. He was born in Wells ; died in Kenne- 
bunk, Maine. 



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MRS. VIOLA BEAN THOMES. 22032 

Bom in Waterville, Maine. 
Wife of Robert Scot Thomes. 
Descendant of Maj. Josiah Hay den. 

Daughter of Everett Richard Drummond and Aubigue M. Bean, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Clark Drummond and Cynthia Blackwell, his wife. 
See Nos. 22027, 22032. 

MRS. AUBIGUE ELLEN WYMAN. 22033 

Born in Waterville, Maine. 
Wife of Elwood Taylor Wyman. 
Descendant of Maj. Josiah Hayden. 

Daughter of Everett Richard Drummond and Aubigue M. Bean, his 
wife. 

See No. 22027. 

MISS MAY HEBERTON KERR. 22034 

Born in Baltimore, Maryland. 

Descendant of Lieut. John Craig and of Lieut. Thomas 
Wyer Lockerman, of Maryland, 

Daughter of Frank Kerr and Mary Heberton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Heberton (b. 1809), and Arabella Locker- 
man (b. 1815), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Heberton (b. 1764) and Mary Lord 
Craig (b. 1768), his wife; Matthew Ryal Lockerman (b. 1777) and 
Mary Caldwell, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Craig and Jane (Robinson) English, 
his wife, m. 1767; Thomas Wyer Lockerman and Catharine Ryal, his 
wife. 

John Craig, (i 733-1 821), served as lieutenant with the 
Monmouth Associators. The battle was fought on his farm, 
his house was a hospital and his wife nursed the wounded. 
He was born in Scotland and is buried in Tennet churchyard, 
where his wife also rests. 

Also Nos. 5528, 10774, 1 1757, 13718. 

Thomas Wyer Lockerman served as lieutenant in the East- 
em Shore Flying Camp, 1776. He was born, 1738, in Dor- 
chester county, Md. 



14 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOIvUTION. 

MRS. MARY ROWLAND CLAPP. 22035 

Born in Port Deposit, Maryland, 

Widow of Dr. Levi Wheaton Clapp. 

Descendant of James Webb. 

Daughter of James Harvey Rowland and Elizabeth Ann Webb, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Webb and Rachel Ash, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Webb, Jr., and Rebecca Parke, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Webb and Martha, his wife. 

James Webb, (1708-85), was a member of the Committee of 
Correspondence, of Lancaster county, and also served in the 
Assembl)^ He wras born in Birmingham, England; died in 
Lancaster county, Pa. 

MRS. VIRGINIA MYERS. 22036 

Born in Baltimore, Maryland. 

Wife of William Govane Howard Myers. 

Descendant of Charles Barber, of Maryland. 

Daughter of Andrew Flannigain and Catharine E. Taylor, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lemuel Taylor and Diademia Davis, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Taylor and Catharine Barber, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Charles Barber and Elizabeth, his wife. 

Charles Barber was a member of the Council of Protest 
against Great Britain, 1774. He was born in Annapolis, 
where he died in 1806. 

Also No. 2948. 

22037 

22038 

MRS. SARAH E. HALLETT MILDRAM. 22039 

Born in Nantucket, Massachusetts. 

Widow of Frank Benton Mildram. 

Descendant of Richard Mitchell, Jr., of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Reuben Hallett and Sarah Mitchell Barrett, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Wendell Barrett and Lydia Folger Mitchell, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Christopher Mitchell and Jemima Folger, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Richard Mitchell, Jr., and Hepsabeth Bar- 
nard, his wife. 

Richard Mitchell, Jr., (1735-1819), served as a town officer, 
1775-83. He was born in Nantucket, where he died. 

Also No. 20974. 



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MRS. MARY G. UPHAM. 22040 

Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Wife of Horace A. J. Upham. 

Descendant of Paul Gardner, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Thomas Arnold Greene and Elizabeth Lynes Cadle, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Welcome Arnold Greene and Sarah Gardner, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Zenas Gardner and Susannah Hussey, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Paul Gardner and Rachel Starbuck, his wife. 

Paul Gardner, (1730-1813), was a civil officer of Nantucket, 
where he was born and where he died. 

Also No. 20969. 

22041 
MISS MARGARET CROCKER. 22042 

Born in Boston, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Col. Jonathan Glover, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of George Glover Crocker and Annie Bliss Keep, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Uriel Crocker and Sarah Kidder Haskell, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Uriel Crocker and Mary James, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Richard James and Mary Glover, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Jonathan Glover and Abigail Burnham, 
his wife. 

Jonathan Glover, (1731-1804), was colonel of the Fifth 
Essex county regiment. He was elected to the Legislature, 
1776, and served many years. He was born in Salem, Mass. 

Also Nos. 2805, 18491. 

MISS GERTRUDE HORSFORD FISKE. 22043 

Born in Boston, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Col. Gamaliel Bradford, Lieut. Gamaliel 
Bradford, Jr., of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Andrew Fiske and Gertrude Hubbard Horsford, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Augustus Henry Fiske and Hannah Rogers Brad- 
ford, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Gamaliel Bradford, Jr., and Elizabeth Hickling, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Gamaliel Bradford and Sarah Alden, his 
wife. 

GamaHel Bradford, (1731-1807), was colonel of the Four- 

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l6 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



teenth Massachusetts Continental Regiment, 1777, and was 
retired, 1781. He was born in Duxbury, where he died. 

Also No. 937. 

Gamaliel Bradford, Jr., (1763-1824), served as ensign under 
his father, 1779. He was lieutenant in Jackson's Continental 
regiment at the close of the war. He was born in Duxbury; 
died in Cambridge. 

MISS MARIA DAVIS HASTINGS. 22044 

Born in Boston, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Col. Aaron Davis and of Moses Davis, of 
Massachusetts. 

Daughter of William Henry Howe Hastings and Maria Davis, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Davis and Maria Davis, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Davis and Sarah Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Moses Davis and Hannah Pierpont, his 
wife. 

Gr. -gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Davis and Mary Perrin, his wife. 

Aaron Davis, (1709-77), was a member of the Committee of 
Correspondence, of Suffolk county. He was a delegate to the 
Provincial Congress and instructed "to act upon such meas- 
ures as may come before you most likely to procure the liberty 
of all America." He was born in Roxbury, where he died. 

Moses Davis, (1744-1823), was a minute man at the Lex- 
ington Alarm and served on war committees. He was born 
in Roxbury, where he died. 

Also Nos. 2168, 7193. 

MRS. EMILY FRANCES PRATT BOWEN. 22045 

Born in Boston, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Stephen Bowen. 

Descendant of Maj. Gen. Artemas Ward, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of EUiott William Pratt and Frances Emily Carruth, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Frances Sumner Carruth and Sarah Ann Henshaw 
Ward, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Henshaw Ward and Sarah Henshaw, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Walter Ward and Elizabeth Denny, 
his wife. 



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Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Artemas Ward and Sarah Trowbridge, 
his wife. 

Artemas Ward, (1727-1800), was the first major general ap- 
pointed by the Continental Congress and was in command at 
Cambridge until the arrival of Washington. Ill health com- 
pelled him to resign from the army. He was president of the 
State E;xecutive Council. He was born and died in Shrews- 
bury, Mass., and upon his monument is recorded his service, 
both civil and military. 

Also Nos. 4443, 6241, 7207, 13042, 14557, 15616, 16047, 21572. 

MISS MARY GRAY STONE. 22046 

Born in Boston, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Gen. Timothy Pickering, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Richard Stone and Lucy Bowditch, his wife. 

Granddaughter of J. IngersoU Bowditch and Lucy Orne Nichols, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Ropes Nichols and Mary Pickering, 
his wife. 

Gr. -gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Pickering and Rebecca White, his 
wife. 

Timothy Pickering, (i 745-1829), a graduate of Harvard, 
was a member of the Board of War, 1780, when Congress 
unanimously appointed him quartermaster general which office 
he held until it was abolished. He was born in Salem, where 
he died. 

Also Nos. 1009, 14764, 17754. 

MRS. CHARLOTTE DEAN BRADFORD EATON. 22047 

Born in Raynham, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Horace L. Eaton. 

Descendant of Peleg Bradford and of Corp. James Brad- 
ford, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Alexander Bradford and Charlotte Williams Dean, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Consider Bradford and Elizabeth Wilder, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Bradford and Sarah Ellis, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Peleg Bradford and Lydia Sturtevant, his 
wife. 

Peleg Bradford, (1724-1804), served at the Rhode Island 
Alarm, 1778, in Capt. Ebenezer Washburn's company of Ply- 



l8 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, 

mouth county. He was born in Kingston, Mass., where he 
died, 

James Bradford, (1749-1833), served several enlistments in 
the Massachusetts Line. He applied for a pension, 183 1, 
and it was allowed for service of private and corporal. He 
was born in Kingston, where he died. 

MRS. HELEN ELIZA MAGOUN HEALD. 22048 

Born in Charlestown, Massachusetts. 

Widow of Charles J. Morrill Heald. 

Descendant of Sergt. Joseph Adams, Rev. Josiah Magoun, 
Peter Tufts and Anne Adams Tufts. 

Daughter of John Calvin Magoun and Sarah Ann Adams, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Josiah Magoun and Anna Sleeper (1764-1834), his 
wife; Joseph Adams and Sarah Tufts, his wife, m. 1802. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Peter Tufts and Anne Adams, his wife. 

Joseph Adams, (1743-1824), took his oxen and aided in the 
fortifications of Dorchester Heights. He served under Capt. 
Oliver Titcomb for guarding prisoners after the surrender of 
Burgoyne. His silver tankard which he buried is now used 
in the communion service at Arlington, Mass. He was born 
in Arlington ; died in Charlestown, Mass. 

Also Nos. 9134, 10491, 13367- 

Josiah Magoun, (1759-1841), enlisted 1776 for three years 
and was at Plattsburg, Ticonderoga and Crown Point. He 
was mustered out on account of sickness, 1779. He was born 
in East Kingston ; died in New Hampton, N. H. 

Peter Tufts, (1723-91), served in the militia at Cambridge. 

Anne Adams Tufts, (1729-1813), after the battle of Bunker 
Hill, removed the soldiers to her home and nursed their 
wounds. A chapter has been named in her honor. 

MRS. KATHERINE WYMAN HOOD. 22049 

Born in Derry, New Hampshire. 

Wife of Charles Harvey Hood. 

Descendant of Daniel Tenney, 

Daughter of Benjamin Franklin Eastman and Sabra Wyman Jones, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hugh Jones and Mehitable Wyman, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Wyman and Betsey Tenney (b. 1767), 
his wife. 



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Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Daniel Tenney and Elizabeth Dole, his wife. 

Daniel Tenney, (i 732-1 815), enlisted 1778 in the regiment 
of New Hampshire Guards at Winter Hill, under Col. Jacob 
Gerrish. He was born in Bradford, Mass., died in Pelham, 

N. H. 

MISS ANNA L. HAZELTON. 22050 

Born in Chester, New Hampshire. 

Descendant of Corp. Perley Chase, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of John A. Hazelton and Louise J. Chase, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Josiah Chase and Adaline Ayer, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Perley Chase and Mary Ingalls, his wife. 

Perley Chase, (1758-1832), was placed on the pension roll 
of Rockingham county, for service of private and corporal in 
the Massachusetts Continental Line. He was born in Chester, 
N. H., where he died. 

MISS GERTRUDE G. BCENDALL. 22051 

Born in Chelsea, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Jonathan Conant. 

Daughter of Henry A. Kendall and Frances L. Conant, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Conant and Hannah Fornis, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Conant, Jr., and Polly Baker, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Jonathan Conant and Mercy Lovett, his 
wife. 

Jonathan Conant, (1737-90), was chairman of the Commit- 
tee of Safety, of Beverly. He was born in Beverly, Mass.; 
died in Mount Vernon, N. H. 

Also No. 14956. 

MRS. CAROLINE LOVELL WOOD MAYNARD. 22052 

Bom in Somerville, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Alfred Seymour Maynard. 

Descendant of Judge Ephraim Wood, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Alexander Wood and Amelia Hewes, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Wood and Nancy Myrick, his first wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ephraim Wood and Mary Heald, his first wife. 

Ephraim Wood, (1733-1814), was one of the first Justices 
appointed by the Council and held the office through life. He 
paid the bounty of three men. He was born in Concord, 
Mass., where he died. 

Also Nos. 8450, 10203, 11121. 



20 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MISS ANNIE MARIA MUNROE. 22053 

Born in Charlestown, Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Judge Ephraim Wood. 
Daughter of James Munroe and Maria Wood, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William Wood and Mary PipUsbury, his second 
wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Ephraim Wood and Mary Heald, his wife. 
See No. 22052. 

MISS ADALINE LOUISE SANBORN. 22054 

Born in Somerville, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Sergt. Joseph Adams, Rev. Josiah Magoun, 
Peter Tufts and Anne Adams Tufts. 

Daughter of David Augustus Sanborn and Ann Sarah Magoun, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Calvin Magoun and Sarah Ann Adams, his 
wife. 

See No. 22048. 

MISS MARY JUDSON WARREN. 22055 

Born in Boston, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Capt. Benjamin Warren, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Adoniram Judson Warren and Elizabeth Whitmore, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of David Warren and Sally C. Brewster, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Warren and Sally Dunham, his wife, 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Warren and Jane Sturtevant, his 
wife, m. 1 761. 

Benjamin Warren, (1740-1822), commanded a company of 
Massachusetts militia. He was bom and died in Plymouth. 

MISS KATHARINE WOOD. 22056 

Born in Somerville, Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Judge Ephraim Wood. 
Daughter of Alexander Wood and Amelia Hewes, his wife. 
See No. 22052. 

MISS ALICE L. DAVIS. 22057 

Born in Westford, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Abel Davis. 

Daughter of Abel Lewis Davis and Hannah Coolidge, his wife. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 21 



Granddaughter of Abel Davis and Rebecca Davis Lewis, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abel Davis and Lavinia Hosmer (b. 1762), his 
wife. 

Abel Davis was placed on the pension roll, 1832, of Middle- 
sex county, for service of private in the Massachusetts militia. 

Also No. 3455. 

MRS. LINDA G. JOSSELYN. 22058 

Born in South Boston, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Asa H. Josselyn. 

Descendant of Jeremiah Newcomb, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Ebenezer Wiley and Sarah Esseline Wiley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Eben Wiley and Sally Snow, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Snow and Betsey Newcomb, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jeremiah Newcomb and Mary Higgins 
(1764-1814), his wife, m. 1784. 

Jeremiah Newcomb, (1760- 1842), served as a matross in 
the artillery and as a sailor on the brig "Resolution." He was 
taken prisoner, 1780, and confined in old Mill prison. He 
was placed on the pension roll of Barnstable county, 183 1, for 
service of Massachusetts State artillery. He was born in 
Eastham ; died in Wellfleet, Mass. 

MISS SARA HART ALLEN. 22059 

Born in Lowell, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Sergt. David Oliver, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Nathan Allen, M. D., LL. D., and Annie A. Waters, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Moses Allen and Mehitabel Oliver, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Oliver and Elizabeth Boyd, his wife. 

David Oliver, (1747-1821), was a minute man at the Lex- 
ington Alarm and served as sergeant at the Bennington 
Alarm. He was born in Woburn ; died in Rutland. 

Also No. 21574. 

MRS. ELIZABETH ASHLEY CLARK. 22060 

Born in Framingham, Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Dr. Israel Ashley, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of William J. Clark and Lucy Ashley, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Thomas Ashley (1788-1870) and Celestia Ives, his 
wife. 



22 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Israel Ashley, Jr., and Mary Gilston, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Israel Ashley and Margaret Moseley, his 
wife. 

Israel Ashley, (1747-1814), served as surgeon in the Third 
Hampshire County Regiment, under Col. John Moseley in the 
Burgoyne campaign until the surrender of Saratoga. He was 
born in Westfield, where he died. 

MRS. MARY GRISWOLD LIVERMORE. 22061 

Born in Delaware, Ohio. 

Wife of Charles Cunningham Livermore. 

Descendant of Elisha Griswold, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Manfred Marsden Griswold and Mahala Anne Howlett, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ezra Griswold and Philecta Cooke, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ezra Griswold (1767-1822) and Ruth Roberts, 
his wife, m. 1789. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of EHsha Griswold and Eunice Viets (1742- 
1823), his wife. 

Elisha Griswold, (i 731 -1803), was a private in Capt. John 
Cook's company, Col. Samuel Canfield's regiment at West 
Point. He was born in Windsor, Conn. 

Also No. 10496. 

MRS. EMMA SMITH ROYLE. 22062 

Born in Concord, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Thomas Royle. 

Descendant of Josiah Smith, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of George H. Smith (b. 1826) and Eliza Laviana Melvin, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Josiah Smith and Lucinda Wyman, his wife, 
m. 1817. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Smith and Polly Barber (1754-1838), 
his wife, m. 1777. 

Josiah Smith, (1753-1826), was a private in Capt. John 
Parker's company, of Lexington, where he was born and died. 

MRS. RUTH PARTRIDGE BARROWS. 22063 

Born in East Abington, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Thomas H. Barrows. 

Descendant of Capt. Calvin Partridge, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Rufus Robbins and Alice Soule, his wife. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 23 



Granddaughter of Samuel Soule and Ruth Partridge, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Calvin Partridge and Mary Alden, his wife. 

Calvin Partridge, (1739-1815), was commissioned captain, 
1776, and served under several commands during the Revolu- 
tion. He was born in Duxbury, where he died. 

Also No. 5787. 

MRS. SUSAN JANE WATSON GUSHING. 22064 

Born in Warner, New Hampshire. 

Wife of Henry Greenwood Gushing. 

Descendant of Dr. John Hall. 

Daughter of Capt. Cyrus Watson and Susan Evans Hall, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. John Hall and Hannah Foster, his wife. 

John Hall, (1754-1836), was placed ,on the pension roll of 
Kennebec county, Maine, 1832, for service of private and sur- 
geon's mate in the Massachusetts militia. His widow also 
received a pension. He was born in Tewksbury, Mass, 

MRS. ABBY WILLIAMS WILD FORD. 22065 

Born in North Easton, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Henry Augustus Ford. 

Descendant of Gol. Simeon Gary and of Gapt. Josiah Keith, 
of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Martin Wild and Susan Williams, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Richard Wild and Rhoda Gary, his wife ; Thomas 
Williams and Rebekah Keith, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Simeon Gary and Mary Howard, his wife; 
Josiah Keith and Rebecca Williams, his wife, m. 1760. 

Simeon Gary, (1719-1802), was commissioned colonel of 
Massachusetts militia, 1776. He was born in North Bridge- 
water, Massachusetts, where he died. 

Also Nos. 2583, 14122, 18504. 

Josiah Keith, (1732-1803), served as lieutenant of minute 
men at the Lexington Alarm and commanded a company 
under Gol. John Daggett, 1776. 

Also Nos. 1^2,1^, 17740- • .-- - 

MRS. MYRA BLANGHARD GURNEY HATGH. 22066 

Born in Whitman, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Rev. Leonard B. Hatch. 
Descendant of Asa Gurney, of Massachusetts. 



24 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of David Brainard Gurney and Cementha Blanchard, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of David Gurney and Anna Ellis, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Asa Gurney and Mary Hersey, his wife. 

Asa Gurney, (1758-1843), served as fifer, 1776, in Capt. 
Nathan Snow's company. In 1832 he was placed on the pen- 
sion roll of Plymouth county for service of private in the 
Massachusetts militia. He was born and died in Abington. 

MRS. KATHERINE LEMIST SNELL OLDHAM. 22067 

Born in Campello, Massachusetts. 

Wife of George E. Oldham. 

Descendant of Samuel Lane, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of William Snell and Charlotte Johnston Lemist, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Stephen Lemist and Susan Catherine Clarke, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Clarke and Charlotte Johnston, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Clarke and Susanna Lane, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Lane and Rachel Parsons Col- 
cord, his second wife. 

Samuel Lane, (1718-1806), was a member of the Fourth 
Provincial Congress which met at Exeter, 1775, and served in 
the defense of Piscataque Harbor, 1776. He was born in 
Hampton ; died in Stratham, N. H. 

Also No. i( 



MRS. HARRIET MANLEY PACKARD. 22068 

Born in North Bridgewater, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Nathan F. Packard. 

Descendant of Daniel Manley and of Daniel Manley, Jr., of 
Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Salmon Manley (b. 1794) and Iza Annette Howard, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Manley, Jr., and Phoebe Howard, his wife, 
m. 1782. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Manley and Rebecca, his first wife. 

Daniel Manley, (1721-1804), served in the Tenth Plymouth 
County Regiment in various alarms. He was born in Bridge- 
water, where he died. 

Daniel Manley, Jr., was a minute man at the Rhode Island 
Alarm, 1780. He was born, 1752, in Bridgewater. 



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MISS DEBORAH A. PARTRIDGE. 22069 

Born in South Abington, Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Capt. Calvin Partridge, 

Daughter of Ichabod Alden Partridge and Deborah Noyes, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Calvin Partridge (1739-1815) and Mary Alden, his 
wife. 

See No. 22063. 

MISS MARIA LOUISE POOL. 22070 

Born in Abington, Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Corp. Daniel Lane, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Elias Pool and Lydia Lane, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Daniel Lane and Lydia Joy, his wife. 
Daniel Lane, (1750-1821), served as private and corporal of 
minute men. He was born in Abington, where he died. 
Also No. 21527. 

MRS. ISADORA RIPLEY. 22071 

Born in West Bridgewater, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Walter C. Ripley. 

Descendant of Capt. George Dunham, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of George Dunham Ryder and Mary Reed Field, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Ryder and Anna Dunham, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Dunham and Nancy (Dunham), his 
wife. 

George Dunham, (1750- 181 9), was placed on the pension 
roll of Plymouth county, 181 8, for service of captain in the 
Massachusetts Line. He was born in England; died in 
Bridgewater, Mass. 

Also Nos. IZZ77, 20585. 

MRS. ELIZABETH PERKINS SARGENT. 22072 

Born in North Bridgewater, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Samuel Aiken Sargent. 

Descendant of Capt. Jesse Perkins, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Jesse Perkins (b. 1791) and Elizabeth Crafts, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jesse Perkins and Bliss Phinney, his second wife, 
m. 1789. 

Jesse Perkins, (1742-1826), served as lieutenant and cap- 
tain in the Massachusetts militia. He also served as select- 
man a number of years. He was born in Bridgewater, where 
he died. 



26 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOEUTION. 



MRS. ELIZA J. WHEELER. 22073 

Born in Huntington, Connecticut. 
Wife of George A. Wheeler. 
Descendant of Lieut. Alexander Soper. 
Daughter of Wilkes Darey and Lucj' S. Soper, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Isaac Soper and Deborah Turner, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Alexander Soper, Jr., and Lucy Stetson, his 
first wife. 
Gr. -gr.-granddaughter of Alexander Soper and Mary Cox, his wife. 
Alexander Soper, (1721-1801), served from Pembroke as 
sergeant and second lieutenant, 1776, under different com- 
mands, in the Massachusetts militia. 

22074 
MRS. NANCY PUTNAM FELLOWS. 22075 

Born in Danvers, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Alfred Fellows. 

Descendant of Capt. Edmund Putnam, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Elias Putnam and Eunice Ross, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Israel Putnam and Anne Endicott, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Edmund Putnam and Anna Andrews, his wife. 
Edmund Putnam, (1725-1810), commanded a company at 
the Lexington Alarm. He was born and died in Danvers. 
Also Nos. 9097, 13846. 

MRS. MARY PUTNAM LANGLEY. 22076 

Born in Danvers, Massachusetts. 
Wife of John R. Langley. 
Descendant of Capt. Edmund Putnam. 
Daughter of Elias Putnam and Eunice Ross, his wife. 
See No. 22075. 

MRS. BLANCHE ESSINGTON HOLYOKE. 22077 

Born in Marlborough, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Charles Freeman Holyoke. 

Descendant of Asa Brigham, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Thomas Corey and Eliza Jane Fay, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Mark Fay and Sophia Brigham, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jotham Brigham and Lucy Thompson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Asa Brigham and Elizabeth Warren, his 
wife. 

Asa Brigham, (1729-1806), served as a private in the militia, 
1778. He was born in Marlboro, where he died. 



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MRS. MARY ELIZABETH MUNN SACKER. 22078 

Born in Charleston, South Carolina. 
Wife of Harker Henry Sacker. 
Descendant of Sergt. Calvin Munn. 

Daughter of Benjamin Swan Munn and Anne Maria Parkerson, his 
wife. 
Granddaughter of Calvin Lorin Munn and Mary Swan, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Calvin Munn and Hannah Griffin, his wife. 
See No. 22925. 

MRS. MARGARET UPHAM WRIGHT. 22079 

Born in Castine, Maine. 

Wife of C. H. Wright. 

Descendant of Joseph Upham, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Sylvanus Kidder Upham and Mary Ann Brooks, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Sylvanus Upham and Mary Avery, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Upham and Eunice Kidder, his wife. 

Joseph Upham, (1740-92), was a delgate to the conven- 
tion at Cambridge, to frame the State Constitution. He was 
born in Reading; died in Dudley, Mass. 

Also Nos. 6250, 14745. 

MRS. LAURA CUMMINGS BANCROFT. 22080 

Born in Milton, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Stephen K. Bancroft. 

Descendant of Lieut. Jotham Cummings, of New Hamp- 
shire. 

Daughter of Noah Cummings and Miny T. Hamilton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Cummings and Ruth, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jotham Cummings and Anna Brown, his wife. 

Jotham Cummings, (1741-1808), served in the rangers, 
1775. He was born in Hollis; died in Plymouth, N. H. 

Also No. 15590. 

MISS HANNAH WILLIAMS BASSETT. 22081 

Born in Bridgewater, Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Joseph Bassett, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Joseph Bassett, Jr., and Hannah Williams, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Joseph Bassett and Hannah Lathrop, his wife, 
m. 1776. 



28 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOt,UTION. 



Joseph Bassett, (1748-1817), gave both civil and military 
service. He was born in Bridgewater, where he died, 

MRS. MARY JENNIE BASSETT DEAN. 22082 

Born in Grafton, Massachusetts. 
Wife of William Francis Dean. 
Descendant of Joseph Bassett. 

Daughter of Joseph Milton Bassett and Mary Young, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Joseph Bassett and Hannah Williams, his wife. 
See No. 22081. 

MISS BERTHA LOUISE DEAN. 22083 

Born in Taunton, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Capt. Simeon Williams, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Philander Evarts Dean and Louise Elvira Colburn, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Philander Williams Dean and Mary Ann Angier 
Carver, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Dean and Hannah Williams, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Simeon WiUiams and Waitstill Hodges, his 
wife. 

Simeon Williams, (1716-94), served as a member of the 
Committee of Safety and as deputy of the Provincial Con- 
gress. He was born in Taunton, where he died. 

Also No. 15712. 

MRS. FANNIE POMEROY HIGGINS. 22084 

Born in Southampton, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Lewis E. Higgins. 

Descendant of Brig, Gen. Seth Pomeroy, of Massachusetts, 

Daughter of Charles Danforth Pomeroy and Lucia W. Pomeroy, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Gamaliel Pomeroy and Maria Danforth, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Lemuel Pomeroy and Louise Pynchon, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Seth Pomeroy and Mary Hunt, his wife. 

Seth Pomeroy, (1706-77), was appointed by Congress, 1775, 
brigadier general but declined on account of age. He served 
with the militia on the Hudson, where he died. He was born 
in Northampton, Massachusetts. 

Also Nos. 1599, 4218, 6561, 7280, 8161, 9462, 15194, 18662, 19470, 21153. 



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MRS. MARY BRIGGS BRADFORD WATERMAN. 22085 

Born in Plymouth, Massachusetts. 

Wife of W. W. Waterman. 

Descendant of Capt. Lemuel Bradford and of John Briggs, 
of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Capt. David Bradford and Betsey Briggs, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lemuel Bradford and Lydia Holmes, his wife; 
John Briggs and Abigail Chase, his wife. 

Lemuel Bradford, (1751-1828), was a minute man at the 
Lexington Alarm. He subsequently commanded a company 
of home guards. He was born in Plymouth, where he died. 

John Briggs, (1742-1822), was a minute man at the Rhode 
Island Alarm, 1780, under Capt. Benjamin Read. He was 
bom in Freetown, where he died, 

MISS BETSEY ANN ALEXANDER. 22086 

Born in Brunswick, Maine. 

Descendant of William Alexander, of Maine. 

Daughter of Joseph Alexander and Emeline Decker, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Alexander and Betsey Campbell, his wife. 

William Alexander, (1767-1847), served as seaman on the 
ship "Protector." He was born in Harpswell ; died in Bruns- 
wick, Maine. 

Also No. 16211. 

MRS. CLIFFORD NEFF FYFFE. 22087 

Born in Montgomery, Ohio. 

Wife of Rear Admiral Joseph Fyffe. 

Descendant of Humphrey Moody, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Rev. Granville Moody and Lucretia Elizabeth Harris, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Moody and Harriet Brooks, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Humphrey Moody and Abigail Peasley, his 
wife. 

Humphrey Moody enhsted from Haverhill, in Capt. Timo- 
thy Johnson's company, and reenUsted, 1777, for three years, 
under Capt. Amos S. Cogswell and Col. James Wesson. 

Also Nos. 15844, 16722. 



30 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MISS BESSYE FYFFE. 22088 

Born in Ripley, Ohio. 
Descendant of Humphrey Moody, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Joseph Fyffe and CHfiFord Neff Moody, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Granville Moody and Elizabeth Lucretia Harris, 
his wife. 

See No. 22087. 

MISS REBECCA DAVIS HOMER. 22089 

Born in Framingham, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Lieut. Nathan Davis, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of George Washington Homer and Eliza Abigail Tebbetts, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jacob Homer and Mary Blood Davis, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Oliver Davis and Elizabeth Farrell, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Davis and Mary Blood, his wife. 

Nathan Davis, (1744-1817), was a minute man at the Lex- 
ington Alarm, and served as lieutenant, 1776, from Middlesex 
county. He died in Westford, Mass. 

MRS. NANNIE MARRIOTT KIMBERLY. 22090 

Born in Baltimore, Maryland. 

Wife of Admiral Lewis A. Kimberly, U. S. N. 

Descendant of Elijah Grout. 

Daughter of Commander Charles Haddock Cushman, U. S. N., and 
Nannie Stewart, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Gustavus Grout Cushman and Mary Haddock, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Clark Cushman and Katherine Grout, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elijah Grout and Mary Willard, his wife. 

Elijah Grout, (1732-1807), was a member of the Commit- 
tee of Safety and the Provincial Congress of New Hampshire. 
He also served as muster-master. He died in Charlestown, 
N. H. 

MRS. LAURA D. H. KINGSBURY. 22091 

Born in Bridgewater, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Col. Isaac F. Kingsbury. 
Descendant of Thomas Shaw, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of George Whitfield Holmes and Melinda Shaw Pratt, 
his wife. 



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Granddaughter of Jonathan Pratt and Melinda Shaw, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Shaw and Lydia Cobb, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Shaw and Mary Atwood, his wife. 

Thomas Shaw, (1738- 1778), served as a private in the 
Seventh Company, Fourteenth Regiment, and died at Valley- 
Forge. He was born in Carver, Mass. 

MRS. CLARA WILBUR MELVIN. 22092 

Born in Hubbardstown, Massachusetts. 

Wife of James C. Melvin. 

Descendant of Capt. Mica j ah Gleason, and of Deacon Wil- 
liam Brown, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of George B. Wilbur and Hannah Reed, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Mica j ah Reed and Ruth Gleason, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Reed and Betsey Gleason, his wife; 
Samuel Gleason and Betsey Brown, b. 1747, his wifei 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Micajah Gleason and Hannah Drury, his 
wife; William Brown and Elizabeth Conant, his wife, m. 1746. 

Micajah Gleason, (174076), commanded a company of 
minute men at the Lexington Alarm. He was captain of the 
Fourth Continental Infantry, 1776 and died on the battlefield 
at Harlem Plains. 

Also Nos. 5917, 14132. 

William Brown, (1723- 1793), served on the Committee of 
Safety and was delegate to the Provincial Congress. He was 
born in Lexington; died in Framingham, Mass. 

MRS. EMMA ELIZA ALEXANDER THOMPSON. 22093 

Born in Brunswick, Maine. 
Wife of Henry Clay Thompson. 
Descendant of William Alexander, of Maine. 
Daughter of Joseph Alexander and Emeline Decker, his wife. 
See No. 22086. 

MISS FLORENCE MAY TAYLOR. 22094 

Born in Cambridge, Massachusetts. 
Descendant of John Goffe, of New Hampshire. 
Daughter of John Bunker Taylor and Helen Maria Reed, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Enos Reed and Sarah Gofife Gordon, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Gordon and Mille Rand, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Rand and Sarah Goffe, his wife. 
4 



32 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Goffe and Hannah Griggs, his 
wife. 

John Goffe, (1701-81), was too old for active duty but he 
served on town committees and acted as military instructor. 
He was born in Londonderry ; died in Bedford, N. H. 

Also Nos. 12319, 18609. 

MRS. ADELE TAYLOR WOODBRIDGE. 22095 

Born in Cambridge, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Samuel H. Woodbridge. 
Descendant of John Goffe. 

Daughter of John Bunker Taylor and Helen Maria Reed, his wife. 
See No. 22094. 

MISS MABEL WILBUR. 22096 

Born in Watertown, Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Capt. Micajah Gleason. 
Daughter of George B. Wilbur and Hannah Reed, his wife. 
See No. 22092. 

MRS. HARRIET BRECK HOOKER BACON. 22097 

Born in Elmira, New York. 

Wife of WiUiam Stevens Bacon. 

Descendant of Col. John Bliss, Ebenezer Bliss, Gad Bliss, 
Josiah Cooley and Enos Kingsley, all of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of John Hooker and Ellen EHza Bliss, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Hooker, M. D., and Rachel Breck, his wife; 
Gad Olcott BHss and Harriet Cooley, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Joseph Hunt Breck and Abigail Kingsley, his 
wife ; Gad Bliss and Deborah Olcott, his wife ; Josiah Cooley and 
Abiah Bliss, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Enos Kingsley and Abigail Pomeroy, his 
wife; Ebenezer BHss and Abigail Cooley, his wife; John Bliss and 
Abiah Colton, his wife (parents of Abiah). 

John BHss, (1727-1809), who had served in the early wars, 
was well skilled in the art of war. He responded to the Lex- 
ington Alarm and as a member of the Provincial Congress 
was active in all emergencies. In 1777 he was commissioned 
colonel of the Hampshire county regiment, but resigned on 
account of failing health. He was born in Longmeadow; 
died in Wilbraham. 

Also No. 2577. 



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Ebenezer Bliss, (1725-1802), was a minute man in various 
alarms. He was born in Longmeadow, where he died. 

Gad Bliss, (1762-1845), enlisted at sixteen and served in 
the militia under different commands. 

Josiah Cooley, (1749- 1824), enlisted from Longmeadow in 
response to the call for reenforcements for Gates, 1777, and 
served under Capt. James Shaw. 

Enos Kingsley, (1740- 1822), served with the emergency 
men and marched to Saratoga, 1777, under Capt. Peter Porter. 

Also No. 20886. 

MRS. CHLOE ANN DAY EVANS. 22098 

Born in West Springfield, Massachusetts. 

Wife of John H. Evans. 

Descendant of Joseph Day, John Frink and John Frink, Jr., 
of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Sylvester Day and Ruby Frink, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Day and Azubah Adams, his wife; John 
Frink (1750-1823) and Chloe Wright, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Frink and Anna Wilcox Pendleton, his 
wife. 

Joseph Day, (1745-1813), served, 1776-77, under Capt. 
Joseph Morgan and Col. John Mosely. He was born in West 
Springfield, where he died. 

John Frink, (1732-1821), served in the same regiment with 
his two sons John and Thomas. 

MRS. MARY MARVIN HEATON VORSE. 22099 

Born in New York, N. Y. 

Wife of A. W. Vorse. 

Descendant of Dr. James Potter, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Hiram Heaton and Ellen Cordeha Blackman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Prosper Blackman and Betsy Potter, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Hon. James Addison Potter and Mercy Hub- 
bell, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Potter and Abigail, his wife. 

James Potter, (1736- 1804), represented New Fairfield in the 
General Assembly. He was born in East Haven; died in 
New Fairfield. 

Also Nos. 6392, 8381. 



34 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MRS. MARY WESTON SWIFT. 22100 

Born in Plymouth, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Thomas Parker Swift. 

Descendant of Lieut. Richard Bagnell, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of William Weston and Susan Bagnell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Richard Bagnell, Jr., and Lydia Sampson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Richard Bagnell and Bethiah West, his wife. 

Richard Bagnell, (1752-1809), served as corporal at the 
Lexington Alarm, as ensign 1777-79 ^^'^ ^^^e to the rank of 
lieutenant. He was bom in Plymouth, where he died. 



MRS. ELIZABETH FISKE WARREN. 22101 

Born in Chelmsford, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Joseph Edwin Warren. 

Descendant of Capt. John Minott and of Samuel Parkhurst, 
of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Benjamin Minott Fiske and Elizabeth Ann Parkhurst, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Minott Fiske and Eliza Maria Wirm, his 
wife; John Parkhurst and Celia Burrows, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Fiske and Elizabeth Bridge, his 
wife', Samuel Parkhurst and Betsy Hutchinson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Bridge and Rachel Minott, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Minott and Rachel Spaulding, 
his wife. 

John Minott, (1730-1809), commanded a company of 
Hampshire county militia. His commission and original 
muster rolls are in the possession of the family. He was born 
in Chelmsford, where he died. 

Samuel Parkhurst, (1759-1849), enlisted at seventeen and 
was at the capture of Burgoyne. 

MRS. FANNY L. DAGGETT HEAD. 22102 

Born in Roxbury, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Harris R. Head. 

Descendant of Corp. Lemuel Robbins, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of William Ehhu Daggett and Mary Atwood Wade, his 
wife. 
Granddaughter of Abram Wade and Joanna Robbins, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Lemuel Robbins and Mary Atwood, his wife. 



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Lemuel Robbins, (1752-1828), enlisted under Capt. Thomas 
Mayhew, 1775, was a minute man at the Rhode Island Alarm, 
1776, and served as corporal in Capt. William Crow Cotton's 
company, 1778. He was bom and died in Plymouth. 

Also No. 5775. 

MISS RUTH I. SHORT. 241 041 ^2103 

Born in Newbury, Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Moses Short, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Moses Short and Abigail Ilsley, his wife. 
Moses Short, (1760-1841), served as a private and received 
a pension. He was born in Newbury, where he died. 
Also No. 19258. 

22104 
MRS. MARIANNA FAXON ALLEN. 22105 

Born in Braintree, Massachusetts. 

Wife of O. W. Allen. 

Descendant of James Faxon, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Moses Worthington Faxon and Lucy Jane Hunt, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Faxon and Rhoda Morrill, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of James Faxon and Mary Field, his wife. 

James Faxon, (1744- 1829), was a private under Capt. 
' Moses French, 1776, and served in the defense of Castle 
Island, 1783, under Capt. Thomas Gushing. He was born in 
Braintree, where he died. 

Also No. 19261. 

MRS. HARRIET AUGUSTA ADAMS. 22106 

Born in Boston, Massachusetts. 

Wife of John Quincy Adams. 

Descendant of Corp. Stephen Hoar, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of George Forsyth and Rebecca Brown Richardson, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Richardson and Hannah Hoar, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Stephen Hoar and Rebecca Wood, his wife. 

Stephen Hoar, (1758-1810), served as corporal of minute 
men. He was born in Westminster, where he died. 

Also No. 21027. 



36 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOEUTION. 

MRS. BELLE BROWN BROOKS. 22107 

Born in Brookline, Massachusetts. 

Wife of George M. Brooks. 

Descendant of Lieut. Edward Evans, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Thomas Shailer Brown and Mary Colby, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Patrick Colby and Mehitable Farrington, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Colby and Mary Evans, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Edward Evans and Sarah Flagg, his wife. 

Edward Evans, (1736-1818), was a graduate of Oxford 
College, England, and served as secretary to Washington and 
Sullivan. He was at the battles of Bennington and Saratoga, 
in the New York and Jersey campaigns and served to the close 
of the war. He was born in Ireland; died in Andover, Mass. 

Also Nos. 1 197, 8547. 

MRS. NANCY E. D. CLEMONS. 22108 

Born in Charleston, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Forrester H. demons. 

Descendant of Rufus Wheeler, 

Daughter of William R. Deering and Susan J. Wheeler, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rufus Wheeler, Jr., and Nancy Wheeler, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Rufus Wheeler and Tamer Joy, his wife. 

Rufus Wheeler, (1759- 1835), served several enlistments. 
He was placed on the pension roll for service as private in the 
Massachusetts militia. He was born in Rehoboth, Mass. ; died 
in Hartland, Vt. 

Also No. 21016. 

MISS NAOMI HINCKS COOKE. 22109 

Born in Provincetown, Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Nathaniel Treat, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Parker Cooke and Hannah Hincks, his wife. 
Granddaughter of EHsha Hincks and Mary Treat, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Treat and Anna Rich, his wife. 
Nathaniel Treat, (1747-1824), served in the coast defence, 
1776. He was born in Truro, where he died. 

MRS. ABBIE A. LORD GRAVES. 221 10 

Born in Freedom, New Hampshire. 
Wife of Henry C. Graves. 
Descendant of Thomas Lord, of New Hampshire. 



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Daughter of Bradbury Lord and Sally Andrews, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Lord and Betsey Moulton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Lord and Esther Bradbury, his wife. 

Thomas Lord, (1757-1843), enlisted 1776 in Capt. Mark 
Wiggin's company, Col. Pierce Long's regim^ -^^ New- 
Hampshire militia. He was born in Berwick. Maine ; "&iea 1.1 
Freedom, N. H. 

MRS. EMMA PERKINS BOYLSTON LOCKE. 221 11 

Born in Amherst, New Hampshire. 

Wife of Edwin F. Locke. 

Descendant of Capt. Edward Boylston, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Edward Dudley Boylston and Mercy Plummer Per- 
kins, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Richard Boylston and Mary Moseley, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Edward Boylston and Lydia Worthington, his 
second wife. 

Edward Boylston, (1737-1814), was captain of a corps of 
artificers. He was captured and suffered on the "Jersey" and 
in the Sugar House. He was born in Brookline; died in 
Springfield. 

MRS. ELLA GERTRUDE S. PEASE. 221 12 

Born in Chelsea, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Giles Moseley Pease. 

Descendant of Thomas Pratt, Elijah Phipps, Samuel Phipps 
and William Cox, Jr. 

Daughter of William Henry Sweetser and Caroline Elizabeth Cox, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Prince Sweetser and Lucy Pratt, his wife; Wil- 
liam Cox and Elizabeth Phipps (1784-1854), his wife, m. 1802. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Pratt and Sarah Blanchard, his wife; 
William Cox, Jr., and Mary Josselyn, his wife; Samuel Phipps and 
Mary Maxfield, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elijah Phipps and Sarah Fletcher, his wife. 

Thomas Pratt, (i 748-181 7), served in the Cumberland 
county militia as a private. He was born in Weymouth, 
Mass. ; died in Cumberland, Maine. 

Elijah Phipps, (1727-1805), served as a private in the 
militia. He was born in Charlestown, Mass.; died in Chat- 
ham, N. H. 



38 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Samuel Phipps, (1756-1830), enlisted, 1776, as a private in 
the Massachusetts militia. He was born in Charlestown, 
Mass. ; died in Chatham, N. H. 

William Cox, Jr., marched from Pembroke, Mass., at the 
-vcxihgtrn Alarm. He removed to Maine, 1782, where in 
1817, he died. 

MRS. MARY C. S. QUINCY. 221 13 

Born in Portland, Maine. 

Wife of George H. Quincy. 

Descendant of Thomas Pratt, Samuel Phipps, Elijah Phipps, 
and William Cox, Jr. 

Daughter of William Henry Sweetser and Caroline Elizabeth Cox, 
his wife. 

See No. 221 12. 

MRS. CAROLINE GOODRICH PARKER SMART. 221 14 

Born in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. 

Wife of William S. Smart. 

Descendant of Linus Parker, Gideon Gunn, Lieut. Caleb 
Goodrich, Daniel Hubbard, Lieut. James Hubbard, all of 
Berkshire county, Massachusetts. 

Daughter of John Churchill Parker and Lydia Anna Goodrich, his 
second wife. 

Granddaughter of Linus Parker (1790-1872) and Sophia Churchill 
(1792-1872), his wife; Chauncey Goodrich and Amelia May, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Linus Parker and EHzabeth Gunn (1766-1844), 
his wife; John Churchill and Mehitabel Hubbard, his wife; Oren 
Goodrich and Lydia Sackett, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Gideon Gunn and Dorothy Deming, his 
wife; James Hubbard and Martha Livermore, his wife; Caleb Good- 
rich and Huldah Butler, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Hubbard and Naomi Root, his 
wife, m. 1736. 

Linus Parker, (1758-1829), served as a sharpshooter at the 
battle of Bennington. He was born in Lenox, where he died. 

Gideon Gunn, (1734-1827), served as a private in the Berk- 
shire county militia. 

Caleb Goodrich, (1731-77), was a minute man at the Lex- 
ington Alarm, sergeant at Ticonderoga and lieutenant in Col. 



UNDAGE BOOK. 39 



John Brown's Berkshire county regiment. He was born in 
Wethersfield, Conn. ; died in Pittsfield, Mass, 

Also Nos. 12106, 13994, 18600. 

James Hubbard enlisted from Pittsfield, 1776, and served as 
lieutenant at the Bennington Alarm. He was born 1744. 

Daniel Hubbard, (1714-77), served as civil officer and sol- 
dier. He was born in Westfield, removed to Pittsfield, 1759, 
where he died. 

MRS. LUCY A. ALLEN. 221 15 

Born in East Greenwich, Rhode Island. 

Wife of John R. Allen. 

Descendant of Ens. Jesse Angell, and of Abel Burdick, of 
Rhode Island. 

Daughter of John Jenckes Healy and Sarah Burdick, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Healy and Austis Angell, his wife; Jared 
Burdick (1779-1853) and Lucy Sheldon, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Jesse Angell and Amy Hammond, his wife; 
Abel Burdick and Comfort Palmer, his wife, m. 1775. 

Jesse Angell, (1745-80), served as ensign in the Rhode 
Island militia. He was born in North Providence; died in 
Scituate, R. I. 

Abel Burdick was one of the signers of the Hopkinton com- 
pact to defend the colonies against England. He was born 
in Hopkinton, 1750. 

MRS. JULIA A. LAWTON. 221 16 

Born in Fall River, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Henry Francis Lawton. 

Descendant of Capt. John Carr, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Henry Lyon and Julia Ann Wilbur, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Lyon and Phebe Mumford, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Mumford and Mary Carr, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Carr and Mary Arnold, his wife. 

John Carr, (1738-1814), was appointed captain, 1777, served 
in New Jersey and was in the battle of Rhode Island, 1778. 
He was born in Newport, where he died. 

Also Nos. 10241, 20707. 



40 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MRS. ELISABETH S. FOLGER. 22117 

Born in Waterford, New York. 

Wife of John B. Folger. 

Descendant of Capt. EHas Van Steenburgh, of New York. 

Daughter of Moses Lawrence and Sarah Van Steenburgh, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Van Steenburgh (1781-1823) and Sarah 
Du Boise, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of EHas Van Steenburgh and Catherine HoflF- 
man, his wife. 

Elias Van Steenburgh, (1734-1817), served as ensign and 
1778, was promoted captain. He was born in Saratoga county, 
where he died. His son EHas received a pension. 

MISS ELLA AUGUSTA LEIGHTON. 22113 

Born in Alna, Maine. 

Descendant of Lieut. Samuel Averill, John Chase, James 
Hodge, Isaac Clifford and Charles Chase, all of Maine. 

Daughter of Joseph Leighton, Jr., and Sarah A. T. Averill, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Leighton and Sarah Chase, his wife; 
Joseph Averill and Rachel Clifford Trask, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Charles Chase and Hannah Stewart, his wife; 
WilHam Averill and Mary Hodge, his wife; Solomon Trask, Jr., and 
Sally Cliiiford, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Chase and Rachel Gove, his wife; 
Samuel Averill and Mary McLelland, his wife; James Hodge and Su- 
sannah Averill, his wife ; Isaac Clifford and Rachel Decker, his wife. 

Samuel Averill, (1742-1824), served as lieutenant, 1776, in 
Capt. Daniel Scott's company, Lincoln county regiment. 

John Chase, (1733-1787), served several enlistments under 
different commands as a private. 

James Hodge, (1730-1809), served in retaking the ship 
loading with lumber at Sheepscot Falls. 

Isaac CHfford, (1748-1833), served as a private, 1779, under 
Capt. Joseph Jones. He was born in Freetown ; died in 
Edgecomb, Me. 

Charles Chase, (1753-1822), served as a seaman. 

MRS. LUCY ANN REID. 22119 

Born in Eastport, Maine. 
Wife of Joshua Thomas Reid. 
Descendant of Lemuel Spurr, of Massachusetts. 



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Daughter of Lemuel Spurr and Lois Ballard, his wife. 
Lemuel Spurr, (1747- 1808), served as a minute man at 
various alarms. He was born in Dorchester, where he died, 

MRS. SUSAN JEWELL SANGER. 22120 

Born in Boston, Massachusetts. 

Wife of George Partridge Sanger. 

Descendant of John Bradley, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Harvey Jewell and Susan Ayer Bradley, his wife 

Granddaughter of Richard Bradley and Elizabeth Ayer, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Bradley and Hannah Ayer, his wife. 

John Bradley, (1743-1815), was appointed lieutenant in 
Capt. Benjamin Emery's company, 1775. The commission is 
preserved in the old homestead. He was born in Concord, 
N. H., where he died. 

22121 

MRS. CAROLINE ELIZA HILLMAN. 22122 

Born in Keene, New Hampshire. 

Wife of Ozro Hillman. 

Descendant of Silas Perry. 

Daughter of Henry Willard and Sarah Perry, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Silas Perry and Catherine Hale, his wife. 

Silas Perry, (1763-1852), enlisted at seventeen and, 1832, 
received a pension for service of private in the Massachusetts 
Continental Line. He was born in Sudbury, Mass. ; died in 
Keene, N, H. 

MRS. ELLEN SOPHIA OTIS. 22123 

Born in Stow, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Ward Marshall Otis. 

Descendant of Sergt. Ambrose Bates, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Delano March and Sarah Priscilla Nichols, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Nichols and Sarah Hobart Bates, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ambrose Bates and Priscilla Lincoln, his wife, 
m. 1782. 

Ambrose Bates, (1758-1830), marched to Dorchester in 
Capt. Obadiah Beals' company, 1776, and served short enlist- 
ments under different commands. He was placed on the pen- 
sion roll, 1 83 1, for service of private and sergeant in the 
Massachusetts militia. He was born and died in Cohasset. 



42 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI^UTION. 

MRS. SARAH HOBART OTIS AYRES. 22124 

Born in Watertown, Massachusetts. 
Wife of S. L. Ayres. 

Descendant of Sergt. Ambrose Bates, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Ward M. Otis and Ellen S. March, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Delano March and Sarah P. Nichols, his wife. 
See No. 22123. 

MISS MARY CAROLINE WILSON. 22125 

Born in Somerville, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Peter Conant, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Benjamin Osgood Wilson and Elizabeth Almira Conant, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Levi Conant and Elizabeth Wetherbee, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Peter Conant, Jr., and Elizabeth Fairbanks, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Peter Conant and Sarah Gibson, his wife. 

Peter Conant, (1732-83), served as a private in the Alarm 
list of Middlesex county. He was born in Chelmsford; died 
in Stow, Mass. 

Also No. 17683. 

MISS BIAL WELLMAN WILLARD. 22126 

Born in Keene, New Hampshire. 
Descendant of Silas Perry. 

Daughter of Henry Willard and Sarah Perry, his wife. 
See No. 22122. 

MRS. MARY LOUISA DAVIS COOK. 22127 

Born in Barre, Massachusetts. 

Wife of George W. Cook. 

Descendant of Capt. Samuel Gilbert, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of James F. Davis and Lydia Holden, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Gilbert Davis and Mary Withington, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Peter Davis and Sally Gilbert, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Gilbert and Elizabeth Robbins, 
his wife. 

Samuel Gilbert commanded a company from Littleton, 1775, 
in Col. William Prescott's regiment. He served at the siege 
of Boston and in the Continental army, 1777-78. 

Also No. 12778. 



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MRS. SARA E. CAMPBELL WOODWORTH. 22128 

Born in Albany, New York. 
Wife of Alfred S. Woodworth. 
Descendant of Gideon De Forest. 

Daughter of Stewart Campbell and Catherine Mitchell, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Alonzo Campbell and Sally De Forest, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Gideon De Forest and Hannah Birdsey, his 
wife. 

Gideon De Forest, (1765-1840), and his three brothers 
served in the army. He was placed on the pension roll, 1832, 
for twenty-six months' actual service as a private in the Con- 
necticut Line. He was born in Stratford, Conn.; died in 
Otsego County, N. Y. 

MRS. MARGARET B. CHITTENDEN BARBOUR. 22129 

Born in Detroit, Michigan. 

Wife of William T. Barbour. 

Descendant of Maj. Simon Larned, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of William Jared Chittenden and Irene Williams, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Gen. Alpheus S. Williams and Jane Lamed, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Gen. Charles Larned (1792-1834) and Sylvia 
Colt, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Simon Larned and Ruth Bull, his wife, 
m. 1784. 

Simon Larned, (1753-1817), served as ensign at the siege 
of Boston, as lieutenant, 1776, captain, 1778, brigade major, 
1779, and as aid to Gen. Glover, 1782. He was an original 
member of the Society of the Cincinnati, of Massachusetts. 
He was born in Connecticut, removed to Pittsfield, Mass., 
where he was mourned at death as a distinguished patriot. 

Also Nos. 2392, 9657, 1 1097, 12810, 19300. 

MRS. HELEN MARION CRAM DEAN. 22130 

Born in Ontario, Canada. 

Wife of Morris Dean. 

Descendant of Ezra Jones, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Roys Jones Cram and Helen Elizabeth Parmelee, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Horace Parmelee and Marietta Maria Jones, his 
wife. 



44 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Roys Jones (1784-1807) and Lydia Farrar 
(1784- 1846), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Maj. Ezra Jones, Jr. (1752-1841) and 
Esther Roys (1760-1826), his second wife, m. 1781. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ezra Jones and Elizabeth Jenison 
(1731-1820), his wife, m. 1749. 

Ezra Jones, (1726-1808), gave civil service, from Clare- 
mont. 

Also No. 18747. 

MRS. WILIMENA H. ELIOT EMERSON. 22131 

Born in New Haven, Connecticut. 

Wife of Justin E. Emerson. 

Descendant of Lieut. William Law, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of William H. Eliot and Sallie Frances Sawyer, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Horace Eliot and Mary Law, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Law and Sarah Hotchkiss, his wife. 

William Law, (1751-1824), was appointed lieutenant of 
volunteers, 1776, and the original commission is in the family. 
He was born in Cheshire, Conn., where he died. 

Also No. 13061. 

MRS. EMMA JANE FARWELL JEWETT. 22132 

Born in Detroit, Michigan. 

Wife of Edward H. Jewett. 

Descendant of Benjamin Allen. 

Daughter of Jesse Henry Farwell and Emer Godfrey, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Farwell and Aurilla Brownell, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jesse Farwell and Abigail Allen, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Allen and Peggj^ Spofford, his 
wife. 

Benjamin Allen, (1724-88), served as a private, 1777. in 
Capt. Abel Walker's company, Hobart's New Hampshire regi- 
ment, Stark's brigade. He was born in Northfield, Mass. ; 
died in Charlestown, N. H, 

MRS. MARY HOWARD EAROUHAR. 22133 

Born in Detroit, Michigan. 
Wife of Francis Ulrich Farquhar. 

Descendant of Maj. Simon Earned, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Gen. Alpheus S. Williams and Jane Larned, his wife. 
See No. 22129. 



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MRS. EMMA STOWELL FOX. 22134 

Born in Colesville, New York. 

Wife of Charles E. Fox. 

Descendant of Capt. Josiah Locke. 

Daughter of Allen Goff Stowell and Caroline Scott, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Wiley Huntington Scott and Asenath Locke, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ira Locke and Persis Hamilton, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Locke and Peris Matthews, his wife. 

Josiah Locke, (1735-1819), served in the Massachusetts 
militia. He was born in Westfield, Mass., is buried in Herki- 
mer county, N. Y., and on his tombstone is inscribed "Cap- 
tain." 

Also Nos. 2914, 13289, 14091. 

MISS MARY HINCHMAN. 22135 

Born in Detroit, Michigan. 

Descendant of Caleb Chapin, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Theodore Henry Hinchman and Louisa Chapin, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Marshall Chapin and Mary Crosby, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dr. Caleb Chapin and Mary Wright, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Caleb Chapin and Rebecca Bascom, his 
wife. 

Caleb Chapin, (1736-1815), served as a minute man at the 
Lexington Alarm. He was born in Bernardstown, Mass., 
where he died. 

Also Nos. 1 1207, 12306. 

MRS. CATHARINE HUNTINGTON JACOBS. 22136 

Born in Rome, New York. 

Widow of Nathaniel Poole Jacobs. 

Descendant of Capt. Amos Huntington, and of William 
Henry, of Vermont. 

Daughter of Matthew Landon Huntington and Mary Henry, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Matthew Huntington and Mary Catlin, his wife; 
John Henry and Mary Waite, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Amos Huntington and Peace Clark, his wife; 
William Henry and Isabella Gilmore, his wife. 

Amos Huntington, (1739-1822), commanded a company at 
Hubbardston, where he was taken prisoner. He was carried 



46 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



to Canada and confined six months before he was exchanged. 
He was born in Norwich, Conn. ; died in Shaftsbury, Vt. 

Also No. 13329. 

WilHam Henry, (1734-1811), fought at Bennington with the 
Green Mountain Boys under Capt. Samuel Robinson. 

Also Nos. 6832, 10300, 15025, 21047. 

MRS. ERMINE PALMER WARD. 22137 

Born in Louisville, Kentucky. 

Wife of Franklin B. Ward. 

Descendant of Capt. John Hughes, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Charles Louis Ward and Katherine Louise Miller, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William A. Ward and Sarah Hughes, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Hughes, Jr., and Margaret Leach, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Hughes and Sarah Wiley, his wife. 

John Hughes, (1750-1818), served as lieutenant in the 
Canadian expedition, 1775, and was captain, 1778, when he 
resigned. He died in Washington county. Pa. 

Also Nos. 2675, 3227, 8140. 

MISS JENNIE O. STARKEY. 22138 

Born in Detroit, Michigan. 

Descendant of Peter Starkey. 

Daughter of Henry Mitchell Starkey and Ellen J. Taylor Hittell, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lewis Franklin Starkey and Olivia Patrick, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Otis Starkey and Desire Peters, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Peter Starkey and Lona Grosvenor, his 
wife. 

Peter Starkey, (1750-1821), served as a private in Capt. 
Samuel Wright's company at the battles of Bennington and 
Stillwater. He was born in Swanzey ; died in Troy, N. Y. 

MISS CORA ANNA GARDINIER. 22139 

Born in Albion, New York. 
Descendant of Lieut. Col. William Scott. 
Daughter of John H. Gardinier and Frances Scott, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William Smith Scott and Sarah Ann Briggs, his 
wife. 



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Gr.-granddaughter of Lewis Scott and Barbara Dalrymple, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Scott and Rosanagh Tait, his wife, 
William Scott, (1766-1815), served as captain at Bunker 
Hill and commanded a company of New Hampshire troops 
under Stark, 1776; was promoted major, 1777, brigade ma- 
jor, 1782, brevetted lieutenant colonel, 1783. He served eight 
years, was in twenty-seven battles; was called the fighting 
major and was renowned for his bravery as well as humanity 
He received a pension, 1807, in Greenfield, Saratoga county, 
N. Y., where he died and was buried with Masonic honors, 

MRS, ANNIE TEMPLE FALLAS. 22140 

Born in Monticello, lillinois. 

Wife of Edwin Fallas. 

Descendant of Lieut. Timothy Dix. 

Daughter of Charles Temple and Lucretia Ann Plummer, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel H. Temple and Rachel Dix, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Tim.othy Dix, Jr. (1770-1812). 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Dix and Rachel Burbank, his 
first wife. 

Timothy Dix, (1743-1824), served as lieutenant under Col. 
Thomas Stickney in the New Hampshire militia, 1776, to re- 
enforce the northern army. He was born in Littleton, Mass. ; 
died in Pembroke, N, H. 

MRS. HELEN GRIFFITH POWELL. 22141 

Born in Sheldon, New York. 

Wife of Maj. Isaac Piatt Powell. 

Descendant of Peter Sanborn. 

Daughter of Samuel Griffith and Delia Sanborn, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Sanborn and Freelove Farnham, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Peter Sanborn and Abigail Dow, his wife. 

Peter Sanborn, (1752-1832), was placed on the pension roll 
of Orleans county, Vt., 1831, for service of private in the New 
Hampshire militia. He died in Lowell, Vt. 

MRS. JENNIE L. CADY BOVEE. 22142 

Born in Northville, Michigan. 
Wife of Elied A. Bovee. 
Descendant of David Cady, of New York. 

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48 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Daughter of Daniel Lovejoy Cady (b. 1789) and Lucinda Williams 
Knapp, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Cady and Irena Pratt (1769-1843), his 
wife, m. 1785. 

David Cady, (1764-1844), enlisted as a private and was 
wounded near Fort Herkimer, 1781. He was placed on the 
pension roll of Monroe county, N. Y., for service in the New 
York troops. He was born in Florida, N. Y. 

MRS. EMMA SANFORD BRAYTON. 22143 

Born in Akron, Ohio. 

Wife of James P. Brayton. 

Descendant of James Sanford, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Isaac Piatt Sanford and Mary Jenning Royall, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lemuel Sanford (1780-1826) and Charlotte Piatt, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Sanford and Sarah Beach, his wife. 

James Sanford, (1753-1848), enlisted 1778 for the war as a 
private in the Connecticut Line. He received a pension for his 
service and died in Redding, Conn. 

Also No. 16306. 

MRS. EMILY ROCKWELL JOHNSON. 22144 

Born in Palmyra, Pennsylvania. 

Widow of Benjamin C. Johnson. 

Descendant of Jabez Rockwell and of John Staples. 

Daughter of Jabez R. Rockwell and Rachel Bowman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lewis Rockwell and Rebecca Potts, his wife; 
John Bowman and Miriam Van Vliet, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jabez Rockwell and Sarah Rundel, his first 
wife, m. 1784; Charic Van Vliet and Rachel Staples, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of John Staples and Margaret Teeple, his 
wife, m. 1779. 

Jabez Rockwell, (1761-1847), enHsted at sixteen, served 
until the surrender at Yorktown. He was wounded at Sara- 
toga and Monmouth and 1832, was placed on the pension roll 
for service of private in the Connecticut Line. He was born 
in Ridgefield, Conn. ; died near Honesdale, Pa. 

Also Nos. 10750, 13769, 21905. 

John Staples, (1754-1843), came to America, 1775, and 
1777, enlisted in the artillery. He was born in England, and 
was a pensioner when he died in Northampton county. Pa. 



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MISS MARY BARRON. 22145 

Born in Faribault, Minnesota. 

Descendant of Capt. William Barron, and Col. Timothy 
Bedell, of New Hampshire; Sergt. Amos Pearson and Wil- 
liam Johnson, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Horace Everett Barron (1826-1892) and Kate Gray, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Barron (1787-1872) and Hannah Davis 
Brooks, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Micah Barron (1763-1839) and EUzabeth 
Pearson (1760-1832), his wife; Samuel Brooks and Anne Bedell (b. 
1776), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Barron and Olive Johnson, his 
wife; Amos Pearson and Elizabeth Nichols, his wife; Timothy- 
Bedell and Elizabeth Merrill, his first wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Johnson and Elizabeth Pierce 
(1715-1798), his wife. 

William Barron, (1738-1804), commanded a company of 
New Hampshire militia in the Canadian expedition, 1776. 
He was born in Lyndesborough, N. H., where he died. 

Timothy Bedell, (1736-87), was a member of the Provincial 
Congress, 1775; was colonel of rangers in the expedition to 
Canada and was commended for his energy in conducting the 
siege of St. John that fell after fifty days. Absence from ill- 
ness led to complications at the Cedars which threatened his 
reputation, but Arnold's charges were disproved and his name 
is among the distinguished patriots who served to the close of 
the war. He was born in Salem ; died in Haverhill, N. H. 

Amos Pearson, (1734-85), served as sergeant in the Third 
Parish Company from Andover, Mass., where he was born, 

William Johnson, (1710-93), served on the Alarm list of 
Woburn, Mass., where he was born and where he died. 

MRS. MARY SLOCOMB WHEELER CLEMENT. 22146 

Born in Faribault, Minnesota. 

Wife of Edmund Keyes Clement. 

Descendant of William Slocomb, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of John Brown Wheeler and Clara Loraine Slocomb, his 

wife. 

Granddaughter of Horatio Slocomb and Roxellana Wheelock, his 

wife. 



50 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Gr.-granddaughter of William Slocomb and Jerusha Richardson, his 
wife. 

William Slocomb, (1750-1842), served several enlistments 
under different commands and at the age of eightv-five, ap- 
plied for a pension. He was born in Franklin ; died in Sutton, 
Mass. 

Also Nos. 3984, 5946, 7666, 1 1980, 20803. 

MISS MARY E. GRIFFIN. " 22147 

Born in Batavia, Illinois. 

Descendant of Ensign Stephen Griffing, of New York. 

Daughter of Daniel Uhl Griffin and Lucy Louisa Farnham, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Griffing and Catherine McEwen, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Griffing and Elizabeth Uhl, his wife. 

Stephen Griffing, (1754-1841), served in the Burgoyne cam- 
paign and was ensign from 1778 until the regiment disbanded, 
1 781. His journal, commission and honorable discharge are 
in possession of the family. He was placed on the pension 
roll, 1832, for service of ensign in the New York militia. He 
was born in Southold, L. I. ; died in Warren county, N. Y. 

MRS. FRANCES AMES LOYHED. 22148 

Born in St. Paul, Minnesota. 

Wife of Edgar Henry Loyhed. 

Descendant of Capt. John Perry. 

Daughter of John T. Ames and Ellen M. Clough, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jesse Ames and Martha B. Tolman, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Ames and Hannah Perry, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Perry and Lucy Wooster, his wife. 

John Perry, (1750-1833), commanded the privateer "Fly" 
and captured many prizes. He was born in Worcester, 
Mass. ; died in Vinal Haven, Maine. 

Also Nos. 14180, 18943, 21800. 

22149 

MRS. ELIZABETH MERRILL POOLE CLAGGETT. 22150 

Born in New Berlin, New York. 
Wife of Arthur N. Claggett. 

Descendant of Lieut. Samuel Poole, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Rev. Charles Augustus Poole and Marie Edna Kidney, 
his wife. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 5 1 

Granddaughter of Calvin Keith Poole and Jane Susan Williams, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Oliver Poole and Hannah Keith, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Poole and Ruth Fullerton (d. 
1835), his wife. 

Samuel Poole, (1736-1830), who had fought in the Indian 
wars, enlisted under Capt. Abiel Pierce and Col, .. Nicholas 
Dike. He was born in Abington ; died in Easton, Mass. 

Also No. 15850. 

MRS. HARRIET WEST PETTEYS. 221 51 

Born in Camden, New York. 

Wife of J. H. Petteys. 

Descendant of Benjamin Allen. 

Daughter of Leonard West and Harriet Allen, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Allen and Rheuama Buckley, his wife. 

Benjamin Allen, (1763-1842), enlisted at seventeen under 
Col. Heman Swift. He was placed on the pension roll, 1818, 
as a private in the Connecticut Line, residing in New York 
State. He died in Cherry Valley, N. Y. 

Also No. 17029. 

MISS CORNELIA WHIPPLE SCANDRETT. 22152 

Born in Uniontown, Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Benjamin Whipple, Lieut. John Hall and 
Hon. Stephen Ward, 

Daughter of Henry Alexander Scandrett and Jane Whiting Whipple, 
his wife, m. 1S72. 

Granddaughter of Rev. Henry B. Whipple (1822-1901) and Corneha 
(Wright, his wife, m. 1842. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Hall Whipple (1795-1859) and Elizabeth 
Wager, his wife, m. 1820; Hon. Benjamin Wright and Sarah Ward, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Whipple and Susannah Hall 
(1762-1840), his wife, m. 1783; Charles Ward and Mary Pell, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr. -granddaughter of John Hall and Esther Slocomb, his 
wife, m. 1761 ; Stephen Ward and Ruth Gedney, his wife. 

Benjamin Whipple, (1757-1819), served as a marine under 
Commodore Abraham Whipple, was captured at Charleston 
and confined on the prison ship "Jersey." He was born in 
Cumberland, R. I. ; died in Albany, N. Y. 



5^ DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



John Hall, (1735-1812), served as lieutenant in the Fourth 
Suffolk County Regiment. He died in Wrentham, Mass. 

Stephen Ward, (1730-97), was a member of the Provincial 
Congress and Senate of New York. A price was set on his 
head in Westchester county and his residence and property 
were destroyed by the loyalists. On his tombstone in East 
Chester churchyard is inscribed "Sons of America, mourn 
for your country. She has lost a friend, Who did her rights 
and liberties defend." 
Also No. 9469. 

MRS. ALICE WADSWORTH NOYES SMITH. 22153 

Born in Hartford, Connecticut. 

Descendant of Capt. Jonathan Wadsworth and of Sergt. 
Moses Noyes. 

Daughter of Jonathan Lovejoy Noyes and Eliza Hall Wadsworth, 
his wife, m. 1862. 

Granddaughter of James Noyes (1786-1870) and Abigail R. Lovejoy, 
his wife, m. 1816; Oliver Wadsworth and Rosanna Isham, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Moses Noyes and Phebe Richardson, his sec- 
ond wife, m. 1775 ; Henry Wadsworth and Elizabeth Bidwell, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Wadsworth and Abigail Flagg, 
his wife. 

Jonathan Wadsworth, (1729-77), commanded a company 
at the battle of Bemis Heights, where he lost his life. He 
was born in Hartford, Conn. 

Also No. 2843. 

Moses Noyes, (1744-1824), who had fought in the early 
wars, served as orderly sergeant in the Revolution. He was 
born in Newbury, Mass. ; died in Windham, N. H. 

MRS. LUCY STILES VAN HORN. 22154 

Born in Southwick, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Benjamin Leonard Van Horn. 
Descendant of Capt. Simeon Allyn. 
Daughter of Henry Stiles and Sallie Avery, his wife 
See No. 22155. 

MISS LULU STILES VAN HORN. 22155 

Born in Faribault, Minnesota. 
Descendant of Capt. Simeon Allyn, of Connecticut. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 53 



Daughter of Benjamin Leonard Van Horn and Lucy Stiles, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Stiles and SalHe Avery, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Avery and Mercy Allyn, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Simon Allyn and Esther Gallup, his wife. 

Simeon Allyn, (1745-81), served in the defense of Fort 
Griswold, where he lost his life. His name is on the monu- 
ment at Groton erected to the memory of the fallen heroes. 

Also Nos. 11391, 21871. 

MRS. EMILY RAINEY TAYLOR DAY. 22156 

Born in Pine Bush, New York. 
Wife of Sherman Ernest Day. 
Descendant of John Taylor. 

Daughter of Archibald Rainey Taylor and Mary Ann Rainey, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Taylor, Jr., and Jane McBurney, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Taylor and Jane Smedes, his wife. 

John Taylor served as a private in the New York militia. 
He was born in Scotland; died in Shawangunk, Ulster Co., 
N. Y. 

MRS. JENNIE SCRIBNER JOHNSTON. 22157 

Born in Newark, New Jersey. 

Wife of Charles L. Johnston. 

Descendant of Sergt. Asa Scribner, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Edward E. Scribner and Edna O. Scribener, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Harvey Scribner and Eunice T. Scribner, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Harvey Scribner and Lydia Jelliff, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Asa Scribner and Rachel Olmstead, his 
wife. 

Asa Scribner, (1757-88), was a private, 1775, in the Fifth 
Company, Col. David Waterbury's brigade and subsequently 
served as sergeant. He was born in Ridgefield, where he 
died. 

MRS. ELIZABETH RANSOM OTIS. 22158 

Born in Kalamazoo, Michigan. 
Wife of Charles E. Otis. 

Descendant of Ezekiel Ransom and of Maj.-Gen. Samuel 
Fletcher. 



54 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Alexis Ransom and Lois Stone, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ezekiel Ransom and Lucinda Fletcher, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Fletcher and ISIehitable Hazeltine, his 
wife. 

See No. 22851. 

Ezekiel Ranson, (1763-1838), served in many battles in the 
Massachusetts militia. He was born in Colchester, Conn., and 
was a pensioner when he died in Kalamazoo, Mich. 

Also No. 15363. 

MISS MARIBEL RANSOM OTIS. 22159 

Born in St. Paul, Minnesota. 
Descendant of Ezekiel Ransom and of Maj.-Gen. Samuel 
Fletcher. 
Daughter of Charles E. Otis and Elizabeth Ransom, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Alexis Ransom and Lois Stone, his wife. 
See Nos. 22158, 22851. 

MISS EDITH ADELLE KOON. 22160 

Born in Hillsdale, Michigan. 

Descendant of Nathaniel Prentice Peabody, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Ezra Lafayette Koon and Lottie Mabel Peabody, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Asa Prentice Peabody and Mabel Bailey, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Prentice Peabody and Mary Glover, 
his wife. 

Nathaniel Prentice Peabody, (1746-1840), was a member of 
the association to prevent illicit trade on the coast. 

Also Nos. 5614, 15756, 21600. 

MRS. MINNIE E. WELCH. 22161 

Born in St. Paul, Minnesota. 

Wife of Dr. J. M. Welch. 

Descendant of Col. John Robinson, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of L L. Lincoln and Marie Elizabeth La Fontaine, his wife 

Granddaughter of Daniel Lincoln and Martha Robbins, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Lieut. Benjamin Robbins and Huldah Robin- 
son, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Robinson and Huldah Putnam (Par- 
ley), his wife. 

John Robinson, (1735-1805), at the Lexington Alarm was 



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lieutenant colonel under Col. William Prescott and served as 
colonel in the defense of Boston. He was born in Topsfield; 
died in Westford, Mass. 

MRS. HARRIET WOODBRIDGE COOK GILFILLEN 22162 

Born in Haddam, Connecticut. 

Wife of Rev. Joseph Alexander Gilfillen. 

Descendant of Lieut.-Col. Jonathan Wells, of Connecticut, 

Daughter of Elisha Woodbridge Cook and Martha Miranda Smith, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of EHsha Baldwin Cook and Esther Hills Wood- 
bridge, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Deodatus Woodbridge and Etsher Wells, his 

wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughtetr of Jonathan Wells and Esther Hills, his wife. 

Jonathan Wells, (1722- 181 6), was a captain at the Lexing- 
ton Alarm and the siege of Boston. He was promoted major, 
1776, and lieutenant-colonel, 1777. He was born in East 
Hartford, where he died. 

MISS JOSEPHINE DILWORTH KESSLER. . 22163 

Born in Silver Bow County, Montana. 
Descendant of John Kessler, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Harry Clay Kessler and Josephine Alden Dilworth, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Kessler, 3d, and Sophia Richards, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Kessler, 2d, and Catharine Voight, his 

wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Kessler and Abigail Anderson, his 

wife. 

John Kessler, (1761-1840), served as midshipman under 
Capt. John Barry on the "Delaware" and as master's mate on 
the "Alliance." This vessel captured several privateers and in 
one engagement he was wounded. In 1781 it was dispatched 
to carry Lafayette to France. He was granted a pension 
1794, in Philadelphia, where he died. 

Also Nos. 1066, 6936, 9335- 

MRS. CELESTE GRAY SMITH. 22164 

Born in Madison, Ohio. 
Wife of Col. Benjamin Smith. 
Descendant of David Alden. 



56 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Wheeler Gray and Sarah Alden, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Alden and Susanna Ward, his wife, m. 
1783. 

David Alden, (1758- 1842), served as a private in the Massa- 
chusetts miHtia. 

Also Nos. 14575, 21065. 

22165 

MRS. CHARLOTTE CHITTENDEN BUFFUM. 22166 

Born in Janesville, Wisconsin. 

Descendant of Sergt. Jared Chittenden, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of George Washington Chittenden and Melissa J. Gillett, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jared Chittenden and Asena Douglass, his wife. 

Jared Chittenden, (1756-1828), enhsted in Lamb's artillery, 
1775, and served to the surrender of Cornwallis. He was 
born in Guilford, Conn. ; died in Westmoreland, N. Y. 

Also No. 9415. 

MRS. MARY E. DYAR. 22167 

Born in Truro, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Emerson D. Dyar. 

Descendant of Israel Lombard, Israel Gross and Lieut. Ben- 
jamin Hinckley, all of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Joshua Hinckley Davis and Anna Gross Lombard, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Lombard (1786-1819) and Elizabeth Gross, 
his wife; Ebenezer Davis and Azubah Hinckley, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Israel Lombard and Jemima Atkins, his wife, 
m. 1770; Joazoniah Gross, Jr., and Anna Lombard, his wife; Benja- 
min Hinkley and Diah Swett, his wife, m. 1769. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joazoniah Gross and Sarah Snow, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Israel Gross and Elizabeth Rich (1713- 
1761), his wife, m. 1740. 

Israel Lombard, (1746-1823), served as a private in the 
Barnstable county militia stationed at Truro, 1776. 

Israel Gross, (1718-1824), served as selectman in the Pro- 
vincial Congress from Truro, Mass. 

Benjamin Hinckley, (1743-1824), served as lieutenant in 
Capt. Reuben Higgin's company of Barnstable county militia. 

22168 

22169 



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MRS. AGNES E. MARFIELD. 22170 

Born in Frankfort, Kentucky. 
Wife of Otha L. Marfield. 

Descendant of John Russell, Sergt. John Russell, Jr., Col. 
William Shute and Enoch Shute. 

Daughter of Rev. Robert McMurdie and Evelina Marcella Russell, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan McMurtrie and Elizabeth Dubois Shute, 
his wife; William Pew Russell and Eleanor Dutcher, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Enoch Shute and Mary Dubois, his wife; John 
Russell, Jr., and Charity Evarts (1769-1829), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Shute and Hope Moore (1737- 
1813), his wife; John Russell and Olive Van Dusen Pew (1742-1805), 
his wife. 

John Russell enlisted at White Plains, New York, and lost 
his life in battle. He was born about 1739. 

John Russell, Jr., (i 761 -1843), was placed on the pension 
roll of Litchfield Co., Conn., 1818, for service of sergeant in 
the New York Line. He was born in White Plains ; died in 
Salisbury, Conn. 

Also Nos. 3302, 17355. 

William Shute, (1726-1784), served as colonel in the Salem 
county. New Jersey militia. 

Enoch Shute enlisted as a private when a youth in the New 
Jersey State troops. He received the badge of the Cincinnati 
on the death of his brother Samuel. He died, 1823. 

Also No. 5626. 

MRS. LETHE BLACKMAN MORRISON. 22171 

Born in Galena, Illinois. 

Wife of Denslow B. Morrison. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. Noah Fowler, Edward Harrison 
and Lieut. Nathaniel Blackman. 

Daughter of Charles Blackman and Emeline Clark, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathaniel Blackman, Jr. (1781-1841) and Wealthy 
Palmer, his wife; Nathan Clark and Caroline Fowler, his second wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Blackman and Hulda Wells, his 
second wife; Harvey Fowler and Rachel Harrison, his wife. 

See No. 22177. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Noah Fowler, Jr. (1756- 1834) and Lucy 
Bartlett, his wife, m. 1777. 



58 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Noah Fowler and Deborah Pendleton, 
his wife, m. 1752. 

Noah Fowler, (1730-1815), commanded a company at the 
Lexington Alarm and, 1782, he was lieutenant colonel of the 
Twenty-eighth Regiment. He was born in Guilford, Conn., 
where he died. 

Also No. 7572. 

Nathaniel Blackman, (1738-1815), who had served in the 
early wars, enlisted in the first call for troops in Connecticut 
and was lieutenant in the New York campaign, 1776, in Wads- 
worth's brigade. He was born in Huntington, Conn. ; died 
in Jericho, Vt. 

MRS. AUGUSTA CAMP RISING. 22172 

Born in West Winsted, Connecticut. 

Wife of Franklin A. Rising. 

Descendant of Moses Camp, Samuel Gaylord, Samuel Shel- 
don, Jr., Abel Beach, John Beach, Isaac Baldwin and Ebenezer 
Lewis, 

Daughter of Caleb Jackson Camp and Mary Beach, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Camp and Mercy Sheldon, his wife; 
James Beach and Hannah C. Baldwin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Moses Camp and Thankful Gaylord, his wife; 
Samuel Sheldon, Jr., and Beulah Jackson, his wife; John Beach and 
Mercy Bassett, his wife, m. 1774; Isaac Baldwin and Lucy Lewis, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Gaylord and Thankful Munson, 
his wife; Abel Beach and Margaret Pickett, his wife, m. 1738; Ebe- 
nezer Lewis and Sarah Everett, his wife, m. 1735. 

Moses Camp, (1747-1828), was with the troops that crossed 
the Delaware to Trenton that memorable Christmas night, 
1776. He was born in Durham; died in Norfolk, Conn. 

Samuel Gaylord, (1709-78), served in the Connecticut 
militia. 

Also Nos. 5398, 20864. 

Samuel Sheldon, Jr., (1734-1818), was a soldier at the Ben- 
nington Alarm in the Berkshire county militia. He was born 
in New Marlboro, Mass., where he died. 

Abel Beach, (1712-96), gave civil service in the Revohttion. 
He was born in Durham ; died in Torrington, Conn. 

John Beach, (1750-1824), served as a private in the Con- 
necticut militia. 



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Isaac Baldwin, (1759-1830), enlisted from Goshen as a pri- 
vate. He was born in Durham; died in Norfolk, Conn. 

Ebenezer Lewis, (1715-76), served in the Revolution. He 
was born in Wallingford; died in Goshen, Conn. 

MRS. MARTHA Vv^ESTCOTT SNOW. 22173 

Born in Clyde, New York. 

Wife of Arthur Herbert Snow. 

Descendant of Capt. Dutee Jerauld, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Josiah Nelson Westcott and Sophronia Willard, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Christopher Westcott and Martha Dutee Jerauld, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dutee Jerauld and Almy Niles, his wife. 

Dutee Jerauld, (1748-86), was ensign Continental infantry, 
1776, lieutenant 1777, captain 1780, and resigned 1782. His 
commission is preserved by the family. He was lost at sea on 
his way to India. 

Also Nos. 12,12"], 18345. 

MRS. RUTH VAN SANT. 22174 

Born in Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of S. R. Van Sant. 

Descendant of John Ross, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of WiUiam B. Hall (1815-1903) and Sidney Adams Ross 
(1817-1871), his wife, m. 1833. 

Granddaughter of Henry Ross and Jane Hamilton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Ross and Sidney Adams, his wife. 

John Ross served with the Pennsylvania soldiers in the 
Revolution. He was born about 1750. 

MRS. ANNA BEECHER BLAKE. 22175 

Born in Colebrook, Connecticut. 

Wife of James Cleveland Blake. 

Descendant of Capt. Amos Beecher. 

Daughter of Rollin Lee Beecher and Susan Janette Holmes, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Amos Beecher, Jr., and Mary Lewis, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Amos Beecher and Lucy (Beecher), his first 
wife. 

Amos Beecher, (1743-1818), who had fought in the early 
wars, enlisted in the first call for troops and rose to the rank 



6o DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



of captain. He was born in New Haven, Conn. ; died in 
Rensselaerville, N. Y. 
Also Nos. 16052, 18241. 

MRS. SARAH DOW WILBERTON. 22176 

Born in Midnapore, India. 

Wife of Dr. Lawrence G. Wilberton. 

Descendant of Silas Gould. 

Daughter of James Chase Dow and Hannah Gould Bacon, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Josiah Bacon and Jerusha Gould, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Silas Gould and Thankful Gould, his wife. 

Silas Gould, (1760-184^), was a minute man at the Lexing- 
ton Alarm from Dunstable, Mass. He served several enlist- 
ments under different commands and received a pension. 

MRS. EMELINE CLARK HODGINS. 22177 

Born in Orange, Connecticut. 

Wife of Abner F. Hodgins. 

Descendant of Capt. Noah Fowler and of Edward Harrison, 
of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Nathan Clark and Caroline Fowler, his second wife. 

Granddaughter of Harvey Fowler and Rachel Harrison, his wife. 

See No. 22171. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Edward Harrison and Sarah Dudley, his wife. 

Edward Harrison, (1753-1833), served as private in Capt. 
Abraham Foot's company, Col. Andrew Ward's regiment, 
1777. He was born in Branford, Conn., where he died. 

MRS. MARY RUSSELL ABELL. 22178 

Born in Ulster, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Dr. Daniel Thomas Abell. 

Descendant of John Russell. 

Daughter of Ralph Woodruff Russell and Bethiah Celestia Wheaton, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Julius Russell and Eliza Seymour, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Russell and Mary Woodruff, his wife. 

John Russell, (1754-1820), served as a drummer at Bunker 
Hill, Long Island and White Plains, where he was wounded. 
He removed from Connecticut to Pennsylvania in 1800 and 
located in Bradford county, where he died. 



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MRS. MARY TUTTLE HOGARTY EATON. 22179 

Born in Belton, Missouri. 

Wife of Bruce G. Eaton. 

Descendant of Samuel Granger, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Michael J. Hogarty and Sarah Ann Carr, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Wyatt Standfast Carr and Ann Tuttle, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Ebenezer Tuttle and Lucy Granger, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Tuttle and Eunice Moss (b. 1742), 
his wife; Elijah Granger and Mary King, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Moss (1714-1775) and Lydia 
Jones, his wife, m. 1735 ; Samuel Granger and Mary Kent, his wife. 

Samuel Granger, (1702-90), was a minute man from Suf- 
field, where he was born and where he died. 

Also No. 19900. 

MRS. HARRIET REBECCA C. HOGARTY. 22180 

Born in Jackson, Pennsylvania. 
Wife of WiUiam P. Hogarty. 
Descendant of Samuel Granger. 
Daughter of Wyatt S. Carr and Ann Tuttle, his wife. 
See No. 22179. 

MRS. SARAH ANN HOGARTY. 22181 

Born in Horse Heads, New York. 
Wife of Lieut. M. J. Hogarty, U. S. A. 
Descendant of Samuel Granger. 

Daughter of Wyatt Standfast Carr and Ann Tuttle, his wife. 
See No. 22179. 

MRS. ANNE MICHAELA HOGARTY CARPENTER. 22182 

Born in Greeley, Colorado. 
Wife of Adelphus Carpenter. 
Descendant of Samuel Granger. 

Daughter of Michael J. Hogarty and Sarah Ann Carr, his wife. 
See No. 22179. 

MRS. MARY BROWN JAYNES. 22183 

Born in Washington County, Ohio. 
Wife of Anderson D. Jaynes. 

Descendant of John Brown, Sergt. John Brown, Jr., Samuel 
Brown and Duty Green. 
Daugluer of John Brown and Susan Green, his wife. 



62 DAUGHTERS OF THi; AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Granddaughter of Samuel Brown and Lj'dia Thayer, his wife; Caleb 
Green and Jerusha Palmer, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Brown, Jr., and Rebekah Baldwin, his 
wife, m. 1757; Duty Green and Polly Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of John Brown and Lydia Newhall, his first 
wife. 

John Brown, (1703-91), who had served in the early wars, 
was a member of the General Court, a patriot in the Revolu- 
tion, and had three sons in the army. He was born in Leices- 
ter, Mass., where he died. 

Also No. 185. 

John Brown, Jr., (1733-1821), served at the Lexington 
Alarm and was sergeant at Bunker Hill, where he was dan- 
gerously wounded and borne from the field by his brother 
Perley. He was born in Leicester; died in Adams, Ohio. 

Also No. 15894. 

Samuel Brown, (1758-1841), was placed on the pension roll 
of Washington Co., Ohio, 1831, for service of private in the 
Massachusetts State troops. 

Duty Green, (1760- 1842), was placed on the pension roll of 
Washington Co., Ohio, 1832, for nine months' actual service 
as private in the Massachusetts Continental troops. He was 
born in Rhode Island, enlisted in Lanesboro, IMass. 

MRS. FLORA MAY JAYNES WOOD. 22184 

Born in Sedalia, Missouri. 
Wife of E. A. Wood. 

Descendant of John Brown, Sergt. John Brown, Jr., Samuel 
Brown and Duty Green. 
Daughter of Anderson D. Jaynes and Mary J. Brown, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Brown and Susan Green, his wife. 
See No. 22183. 

MRS. MARY THOMPSON TUTTLE RETT. 22185 

Born in St. Louis, Missouri. 

Wife of William Francis Kett. 

Descendant of Increase Miller, John Reynolds, Silas Bennett 
and Samuel Granger. 

Daughter of Wilbur Fisk Tuttle and Julia Almira Thompson, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph King Tuttle and Sarah Ann Reynolds, his 
wife. 



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Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Tuttle and Lucy Granger, his wife; 
Wright Reynolds and Anna Bennett (b. 1793), his wife. 

See No. 22179. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Solomon Reynolds (b. 1763) and Joanna 
Miller (b. 1761), his wife; Silas Bennett and Sarah Schofield, his wife, 

Gr.-gr. -gr.-granddaughter of John Reynolds and Rebecca Rundell, 
his wife, m. 1759; Increase Miller and Abigail Crampton, his wife. 

Increase Miller served in the Westchester county militia. 

John Reynolds served as scout and minute man. He died in 
1787 in North Castle, N. Y. 

Silas Bennett served in the Alarm list of Vermont. 

Also No. 19900. 

MRS. LOTTIE TUTTLE SMALLEY. 22186 

Born in Geneva, New York. 

Descendant of Increase Miller, John Reynolds, Silas Bennett 
and Samuel Granger. 

Daughter of William O. Smalley and Mary C. Tuttle, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph King Tuttle and Sarah A. Reynolds, his 
wife. 

See No. 22179, 22185. 

MISS MARY LURA McCLUNEY. 22187 

Born in Dresden, Missouri. 

Descendant of Sergt. Francis Barret. 

Daughter of Thompson P. McCluney and Mary Mosely, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John G. McCluney and ]\Iary E. Barret, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Augustus Melville Barret and Mary Marshall, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Francis Barret and Elizabeth Lowrey, his 
wife. 

Francis Barret, (1762- 1833), was a private under Capt. 
Robert Barret and Capt. Obadiah Smith, and also served in 
the life guard. He was placed on the pension roll of Cumber- 
land county, Ky., 1831, for service of private and sergeant in 
the Virginia Line. He was born in Hanover Co., Va. ; died 
in Cumberland Co., Ky, 

MRS. ANN T. C. SHAFER. 22188 

Born in Wysox, Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Samuel Granger, of Connecticut. 



64 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Daughter of Ebenezer Tuttle and Lucy Granger, his wife. 
See No. 22179. 

MRS. HARRIET C. H. WILSON. 22189 

Born in Sackett's Harbor, New York. 
Wife of Rev. Harry N. Wilson. 
Descendant of Samuel Granger, 

Daughter of Michael J. Hogarty and Sarah Ann Carr, his wife. 
See No. 22179. 

MISS JESSIE B. WRIGHT. 22190 

Born in St. Louis, Missouri. 

Descendant of Lieut. Isaac Ashton, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of George M. Wright and Sarah S. Sterett, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William A. Sterett and Mary Powell Stoddart, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Stoddart and Rebecca Ashton, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Ashton and Rebecca Powell, his wife. 

Isaac Ashton, (1742-77), was commissioned lieutenant, 1777, 
in Capt. Samuel Mossey's company, Col. John Eyre's artil- 
lery. He was born in Philadelphia, where he died. 

Also Nos. 12985, 15772. 

MRS. FLORENCE GRISWOLD CONNOR. 22191 

Born in Rochester, New York. 

Wife of Thomas J. Connor. 

Descendant of Sergt. Samuel Griswold, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of James Montgomery Cavan and Charlotte Matilda Gris- 
wold, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Sylvanus Griswold and Mary Dennison, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Griswold and Mary Marvin, his wife. 

Samuel Griswold, (1736-1816), served as sergeant at the 
Lexington Alarm. He was born in Lyme, where he died. 

Also No. 20145. 

MISS FLORENCE HARRISON. 22192 

Born in St. Louis, Missouri. 
Descendant of James Harrison. 

Daughter of John W. Harrison and Laura Harrison, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Harrison and Pemala Marr, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Harrison and Elizabeth McClanahan, his 
wife. 



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Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Harrison and Jane Carlyle, his wife. 

James Harrison, (1740-1804), was a private under Capt. 
John Ramsey and Capt. Joseph Gardner in the Pennsylvania 
militia. He was born in Ireland; died in Sunbury, Pa. 

MRS. LENNIE POWELL SKIPWITH. 22193 

Born in St. Louis, Missouri. 

Wife of Peyton H. Skipwith, Jr. 

Descendant of Rosewell Woodward, Nathaniel Ruggles and 
Corp, Nathan Cruttenden, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of John Collier Powell and Emma Webster, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Webster and Mary Jane Cruttenden, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joel Cruttenden and Polly Woodward, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Cruttenden and Parnel Redfield, 
his wife; Rosewell Woodward and Huldah Ruggles, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Cruttenden and Mary Par- 
melee, his wife; Nathaniel Ruggles and Anna Bartlett, his wife. 

Rosewell Woodward, (1750-1807), enlisted in the Fifth 
Company under Capt. Caleb Mix, 1777. He was born in 
Guilford, Conn., where he died. 

Nathaniel Ruggles, (1712-94), a graduate of Yale, served as 
deputy from Guilford to the General Assembly. 

Nathan Cruttenden, (1721-93), served as guard and as cor- 
poral of minute men. He was born in Guilford, where he died. 

Also No. 18338. 

MRS. BERENICE STOCKTON JANNOPOULO. 22194 

Born in Houston, Texas. 

Wife of John Constantine Jannopoulo. 

Descendant of Col. Lewis Burwell, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Edward Canty Stockton, U. S. N., and NeUie Eliza 
Mitchell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Mitchell and Letitia McCrary Burwell, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Spottswood Burwell and Elizabeth Mid- 
dleton Woods, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Lewis Burwell and Ann Spottswood, his 
wife, m. 1768. 

Lewis Burwell, (1745-1800), was a delegate to the Bill of 



66 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Rights Convention, 1775, and served fourteen years in the 
Assembly. He raised a regiment which he commanded at the 
siege of York. He was born in Williamsburg; died and is 
buried on his estate, Stoneland. 
Also Nos. 176, 1734, 6073, 15976, 17852, 19324, 21624. 

MRS. ELIZA ANNE EADS HARRISON. 22195 

Born in Carrollton, Missouri. 

Wife of John W. Harrison. 

Descendant of Capt. Joseph Blackwell, of Virginia. 

Daughter of William M. Eads and Mary Laura Blackwell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alexander C. Blackwell and Eliza Anne Earick- 
son, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Blackwell and Mary Waddy Brent, his 
second wife. 

Joseph Blackwell, (1755-1823), entered the army as second 
lieutenant, 1777, was promoted lieutenant, 1778. He was taken 
prisoner at Charleston, 1780, exchanged, 1781, and served to 
the close of the war with the rank of captain. He was born 
in Farquier Co., Virginia, where he died, 

MRS. GRACE BIXLER EUBANK. 22196 

Born in Markelsville, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Clarence Herbert Eubank. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. William Campbell. 

Daughter of David Bixler and Lavinia Baker, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Peter Baker and Jane Campbell (d. 1876), his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Campbell, Jr., and Anne Wiseman, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Campbell and Mary Armstrong, 
his wife. 

William Campbell was with the Virginia militia under Gen. 
Nathaniel Greene at the battle of Eutaw Springs, where he 
was killed. He was born in Scotland. 

MRS. MABEL KELLOGG MORNING. 22197 

Born in Hartwick, New York. 
Wife of W. M. Morning. 
Descendant of Silas Kellogg. 
Daughter of Capt. William Kellogg and Watie Aldrich, his wife. 



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Granddaughter of Capt. Joseph Kellogg and Sarah Voris, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Silas Kellogg and Sarah Cook, his wife. 

Silas Kellogg, (1744-1822), served in Capt. William Sizer's 
company, Col. Jeduthon Baldwin's regiment of artificers. He 
was born in Massachusetts ; died in Otsego, N. Y. 

MRS. ELIZA HAMILTON HASLET. 22198 

Born in Searsmont, Maine. 

Wife of George Haslet. 

Descendant of Richard Hamilton, of Maine. 

Daughter of Richard Hamilton and Polly Hamilton, his wife. 

Richard Hamilton, (1759-1834), was placed on the pension 
roll of Waldo county, Maine, for service of private in the New 
Hampshire Line. He was born in Berwick; died in Sears- 
mont. 

MISS MARY J. HASLET. 22199 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Richard Hamilton. 
Daughter of George Haslet and Eliza Hamilton, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Richard Hamilton and Polly Hamilton, his wife. 
See No. 22198. 

MISS EMILY Z. KENDALL. 22200 

Born in Hillsborough, New Hampshire. 

Descendant of Capt. Benjamin Durkee. 

Daughter of Solomon L. Kendall and Eunice Ann Pease, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Edward Warren Pease and Ann Lois Jennings, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Walter Pease and Eunice Durkee, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Durkee and Joanna Parkhurst, 
his second wife. 

Benjamin Durkee, (1744-1829), entered the army as en- 
sign, 1776; promoted lieutenant, 1781 ; captain, 1782; was 
placed on the pension roll for eight years' actual service in the 
Connecticut Continental Line. He was born in Hampton, 
Conn. ; died in Tunbridge, Vt. 

MISS LAURA MARIE MARSTON. 22201 

Born in New York, N. Y. 
Descendant of Maj. Simon Marston, of New Hampshire. 



68 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of William Henry Marston and Eliza Jane Irwin, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Capt. Eben Marston and Lydia Dearborn, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Asa Marston and Betsey Shepherd, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Simon Marston and Hannah Wedgwood, 
his wife, m. 1757. 

Simon Marston, (1737-1810), commanded a company in 
the early battles and served as major under Gen. John Stark 
in the New Hampshire militia. An original letter from Stark 
and his commissions are in the possession of the family. He 
was born in North Hampton and is buried in Deerfield, N. H. 

MRS. HARRIET ROBINSON CHENEY. 22202 

Born in Manchester, New Hampshire. 

Wife of Frank P. Cheney. 

Descendant of Capt. Noah Robinson, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of De La Fayette Robinson and Julia Emma Stearns, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Mark De La Fayette Robinson and Susan Hull, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Noah Robinson and Nancy Wiggin, his wife. 

Noah Robinson, (1754- 1827), served at Trenton, Princeton, 
Saratoga, Valley Forge and Monmouth. He was placed on the 
pension roll of New Hampshire, 181 8, for four years' actual 
service as private and captain- lieutenant in the New Hamip- 
shire Line. 

Also No. 151 14. 

MRS. KATE PRESCOTT COX. 22203 

Born in Lewiston, Maine. 

Wife of Isaac N. Cox. 

Descendant of Jonathan Chandler. 

Daughter of Lyman Prescott and Augusta Jane Chandler, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Seth Chandler and Lydia Banks, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Reuben Chandler and Hannah Dennen (Den- 
ning), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Chandler and Rebecca Packard, 
his wife. 

See No. 22003. 

MRS. HATTIE TITUS GILE. 22204 

Born in Bath, New Hampshire. 
Wife of Ray Timothy Gile. 



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Descendant of Capt. Richard Ward, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Jeremy Titus and Cynthia Ward, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Elkins Ward and Cynthia Chandler, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Curwen Ward and Abigail Elkins, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Richard Ward and Mehitable Curwen, his 
wife. 

Richard Ward, (i 741-1822), served in the army until 1776, 
when domestic duties compelled him to retire. He was a 
member of the Committee of Safety of Salem during the en- 
tire Revolution. 

MRS. SYLVIA MARIA LEONARD GRIFFITH. 22205 

Born in Hawley, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Daniel D. Griffith. 

Descendant of Ziba Leonard, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Ruel Leonard and Elizabeth Taylor, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ziba Leonard and Chloe Shaw (1764-1840), his 
wife, m. 1783. 

Ziba Leonard, (1756- 1845), was a minute man at the siege 
of Boston under Capt. James Allen and served in the Rhode 
Island campaign, 1778. He was captured on a merchant ship 
and carrried to Charleston, 1779. He was placed on the pen- 
sion roll, 1820. He was born in Bridge water; died in Ash- 
field, Mass. 

Also Nos. 5212, 11824. 

MRS. GRACE H. HALL. 22206 

Born in Mount Vernon, New Hampshire. 

Wife of Louis H. Hall. 

Descendant of Abiel Holt, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Daniel H. Smith and Mary J. Holt, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Holt and Olive Proctor, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abiel Holt, Jr., and Betsy Holt, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abiel Holt and Lydia Lovejoy, his wife. 

Abiel Holt, (1746-1824), was a minute man at the Lexing- 
ton Alarm and served enlistments under different commands. 
He was born in Andover, Mass., where he died. 



70 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



MRS. MARY HOLT SMITH. 22207 

Born in Milford, New Hampshire. 
Wife of Daniel Smith. 
Descendant of Abiel Holt. 

Daughter of Daniel Holt and Olive Proctor, his wife. 
See No. 22206. 

MRS. SARAH E. PARKER BOWMAN. 22208 

Born in Merrimack, New Hampshire. 

Wife of Eugene Maitland Bowman. 

Descendant of Capt. Samuel Cochran, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Elkanah Phillips Parker and Sarah Corning, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Corning and Mary Cochran, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Cochran and Sarah Duncan, his wife. 

Samuel Cochran, (1731-1802), marched to the relief of Ti- 
conderoga, 1777, in the Fifth Regiment of militia. He was 
born in Litchfield, N. H., where he died. 

MRS. LILLIAN BOWMAN HAMMOND. 22209 

Born in Merrimack, New Hampshire. 

Wife of Phinehas Adams Hammond. 

Descendant of Capt. Jonas Bowman and of Zadock Bowman. 

Daughter of Eugene M. Bowman and Sarah E. Parker, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonas B. Bowman and Asenath Ladd, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Zadock Bowman and Susan How, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonas Bowman and Susanna Gregory, his 
wife, m. 1758. 

Jonas Bowman, (1739-1807), served as lieutenant and cap- 
tain in the New Hampshire militia. He was a member of the 
Committee of Safety of Henniker. He was born in Lexington, 
Mass. ; died in Henniker, N. H. 

Also No. 21978. 

Zadock Bowman, (1760- 1832), enlisted, 1780, under Capt. 
Ebenezer Webster and Col. Moses Nichols in the New Hamp- 
shire militia for duty at West Point. He was bom in Lexing- 
ton, Mass. ; died in Gilford, N. H. 

MISS LOUISE J. DRAKE. 22210 

Born in North Bridgewater, Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Capt. Daniel Drake. 
Daughter of Aaron Bullock Drake and Jane Bronsdon, his wife. 



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Granddaughter of James Cobb Drake and Abigail Bullock, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Drake and Lois Reed, his wife. 

Daniel Drake, (1743-1810), was a minute man at the Lex- 
ington Alarm and served at various alarms under different 
commands. He was captain of a company in the Bristol 
county, Mass., militia, 1781. He was born in Taunton, Mass., 
died in Grafton, N. H. 

Also Nos. 8547, 1 1074, 12579, 15710, 16730. 

MRS. MARY PUTNAM BENTON PARKER. 2221 1 

Born in Cortland, New York. 

Wife of Charles Wickham Parker, M. D. 

Descendant of Henry Putnam and Eleazer Putnam. 

Daughter of Henry Francis Benton and Caroline Putnam, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hamilton Putnam and Jeannette Cleaveland, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dr. Elijah Putnam and Phoebe Wood, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Eleazer Putnam and Mary Crosby, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Henry Putnam and Hannah Board- 
man, his wife. 

Henry Putnam, (1712-75), turned out at the Lexington 
Alarm and was killed in the retreat from Concord. 

Eleazer Putnam, (1738-1806), was a minute man with his 
four brothers at the battle of Lexington. 

Also Nos. 4250, 6672, 16828, 21 109. 

MRS. MARY MEREDITH BROWN. 22212 

Born in Carbondale, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Merritt L. Brown. 

Descendant of Brig. Gen. Samuel Meredith, of Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Daughter of Samuel Reese Meredith and Betsey Bussell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Meredith (1779-1855) and Sarah Gibson, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Meredith and Margaret Cadwalader, 
his wife. 

Samuel Meredith, (1741-1817), was chairman of the Com- 
mittee of Safety of Philadelphia, 1775. He was major of the 
Silk Stocking Company, gained distinction at Trenton and 
Princeton, commanded a brigade at Brandywine and German- 
town. He advanced large sums to the Treasury, was never 



72 daughti;rs of the ame;rican ri:voi.ution. 



reimbursed and was the first Treasurer of the United States. 
He died in Wayne Co., Pa. 
Also Nos. 921, 1 1637, 15247, 19775- 

MISS ELIZA LEHMAN FEW-SMITH. 22213 

Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of WilHam Smith. 

Daughter of Joseph Few Smith and Maria Louisa Lehman, his sec- 
ond wife. 

Granddaughter of William Smith and Rebecca Sherran, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Smith and Sarah Lovett, his wife. 

William Smith, (1752-1804), served in Capt. Elias Long- 
street's company. First Monmouth County Regiment, New Jer- 
sey Continental Line, at the battle of Monmouth. 

Also No. 14219. 

MRS. LILLIAN CHEW SMITH. 22214 

Born in Salem, New Jersey. 

Wife of Oliver Smith, Jr. 

Descendant of Judge Andrew Sinnickson, ist, and Capt. An- 
drew Sinnickson, 2d, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Sinnickson Chew and Sarah Miller, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph R. Chew and Maria Sinnickson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Sinnickson, 3rd, and Margaret 
Walker, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Sinnickson, 2d, and Margaret Bil- 
derback, his first wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Sinnickson, ist, and Sarah 
Sill Johnson, his wffe. 

Andrew Sinnickson, ist, (1719-90), was a member of the 
Council of Safety and of the Provincial Congress. He had 
three sons and two sons-in-law in the Revolution. 

Andrew Sinnickson, 2d, (1749-1819), served as captain and 
paymaster in Cape May and Cumberland counties. 

Also Nos. 1560, 3058. 

MRS. SALLIE WOOD OLIPHANT STONE. 22215 

Born in New Lisbon, New Jersey. 
Wife of Frederick Page Stone. 

Descendant of Capt. Jonathan Oliphant, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of Sayre Oliphant and Hannah A. Wood, his wife. 



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Granddaughter of Sayre Oliphant and Ann Mullan, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Shinn Oliphant and Hope Sayre, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Oliphant and Mary Shinn, his 
wife. 

Jonathan Oliphant, (1739-1804), equipped and maintained a 
company of Burlington county militia until retired for disabil- 
ity. He was born in Oliphant Mills, where he died. 

Also Nos. 6048, 13538, 15139, ^6332, 17664, 19919. 

MISS ELIZABETH LEAVITT HOWE. 22216 

Born in Princeton, New Jersey. 

Descendant of Dr. James Howe, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Edward Howe and Hannah Tyler Butler, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Fisher Howe and Elizabeth Leavitt, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James How and Lucy Fisher, his wife. 

James How, (1755-1807), served as surgeon in Col. Pierce 
Long's regiment, 1776, and volunteered for the defense of 
Rhode Island, 1778. He was born in Methuen, Mass., died in 
Rochester, N. H. 

Also Nos. 4246, 1 1 143, 13648. 

MISS ANNA THOMASON WIKOFF. 22217 

Born in Hightstown, New Jersey. 

Descendant of Capt. Peter Wikoff, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of James Holmes Wikoff, M. D., and Mary Cruser, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Garrett R. Wikoff and Alice (Wikoflf), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Garrett P. Wikoff (father of Alice) and Eliz- 
abeth Imlay, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Peter Wikoff and Alice Longstreet, his 
wife. 

Peter Wikoflf, ( 1734- 1 821), served with the militia at the 
battle of Monmouth. 

Also No. 12877. 

MRS. EVA SCOTT FENYES. 22218 

Born in New York, N. Y. 

Wife of Adalbert Fenyes. 

Descendant of Samuel Scott, Mark Scott and Silvanus Scott, 
all of Maine. 

Daughter of Leonard Scott (1810-1895) and Rebecca Briggs, his 
wife. 



74 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Granddaughter of Mark Scott and Mehitable (Scott), his wife m 
1786. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Scott and Susan Perry, his wife, m. 
1743, (parents of Mark) ; Silvanus Scott and Sarah Andrews, his 
wife, m. 1757. 

Samuel Scott, (1723-93), was a member of the Committee of 
Correspondence of Machias, a town he founded and where he 
died. 

Mark Scott served as a private in Capt. John Scott's com- 
pany. Col. Benjamin Foster's regiment, 1779. He was born 
in Scarboro, Maine, 1763; died in Ohio. 

Silvanus Scott, (1736-84), gave both civil and military ser- 
vice. 

MRS. KATHERINE BUSH HOTCHKISS. 22219 

Born in Buffalo, New York. 

Wife of William Horace Hotchkiss. 

Descendant of Abner Treman, of New York. 

Daughter of John Westervelt Bush and Kate Corley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Leonard Treman and Almira, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ashbel Treman and Mary Ayres, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abner Treman and Mary McLallen, his 
wife. 

Abner Treman, (1761-1823), enlisted at sixteen and served 
to the close of the war. He was awarded land that he located 
on Cayuga Lake, where he founded the town of Tremansburg, 
and where he died. 

Also Nos. 2072, 9232. 

MISS EMILY WHEELER. 22220 

Born in Urbana, New York. 

Descendant of Lieut. Timothy Mossman, of New York. 

Daughter of Jonas Wheeler and Mary A. Wood, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Obediah Wheeler and Olive Woodward, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonas Woodward (b. 1764) and Mary Moss- 
man, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Mossman and Lucy Bond, his 
wife. 

Timothy Mossman served as sergeant at the Lexington 
Alarm and rose to the rank of lieutenant of Worcester county, 
Mass., militia. He died in Steuben Co., N. Y., 1826. 



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MRS. MELINDA WHEELER BENNITT. 22221 

Born in Urbana, Ohio. 
Widow of Benjamin Bennitt. 
Descendant of Lieut. Timothy Mossman, 
Daughter of Obediah Wheeler and Olive Woodward, his wife. 
See No. 22220. 

MISS MARY SOPHIA WHIPPLE. 22222 

Born in Chittenango, New York. 

Descendant of Ezra Whipple and of John Lay, of Connecti- 
cut. 

Daughter of Jeremiah Whipple and Jerusha Murdock, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jeremiah Whipple and Eunice Hull, his wife ; Wil- 
liam Murdock and Saba Dennison, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ezra Whipple and Lydia Dow, his first wife; 
William Murdock and Jerusha Lay, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Lay and Mary Lewis, his wife. 

Ezra Whipple, (1741-1829), served in the Burgoyne cam- 
paign and v^as in Arnold's division at the battles of Bemis 
Heights and Stillwater. He v^as born in Stonington, Conn. ; 
died in Sunderland, Vt. 

Also Nos. 6495, 1 1703, 12147. 

John Lay, (1696-1786), served on a w^ar committee ap- 
pointed by the Assembly, 1775. He was born in Lyme, where 
he died. 

MRS. ADA E. M. HASBROUCK. 22223 

Born in Venice, New York. 

Wife of Josephus Hasbrouck. 

Descendant of Capt. Thomas Weeks and of Elijah Weeks. 

Daughter of Christopher C. Minor and Martha Rose Tifift, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Wiatt Rose Tifift and Sophronia Weeks, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elijah Weeks and Sarah Bachelder, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Weeks and Mercy Hinckley, his 
wife. 

Thomas Weeks, (1735-1817), served as lieutenant, 1775, 
and rose to the rank of captain. He was born in Brookfield; 
died in Goshen, Mass. 

Also No. 18631. 

EHjah Weeks, (1764-1817), was placed on the pension roll 
of Cayuga Co., N. Y., 1831, for service of private in the New 
York militia. He died in Scipio, N. Y. 



76 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MRS. EMMA WHITE POUND. 22224 

Born in Lockport, New York. 

Wife of Cuthbert Winfred Pound. 

Descendant of John McM aster, of New York. 

Daughter of Robert White and Martha C. McMaster, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William G. McMaster and Johannah Sybrandt, 
his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of William McMaster and Eunice Grover, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John McMaster and Lydia Nutting, his 
wife. 

John McMaster, (1743-1829), was a private, 1777-9, in the 
New York Line. He died in Cayuga Co., N. Y. 

MRS. ISABELLA CLOUGH DEAN. 22225 

Born in Danby, New York. 

Wife of Oliver Lewis Dean. 

Descendant of Samuel Dodge and of Jacob Clock, of New 
York. 

Daughter of Lemuel Whitney Clough and Caroline Clock, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Abraham Clock and Margaret Dodge (b. 1787), 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Clock and Hannah Forbes, his wife; 
Samuel Dodge and Deborah North, his wife, m. 1769. 

Samuel Dodge, (1740-1800), served in a company of gren- 
adiers, and was with Gates in the Burgoyne campaign. His 
home in Ulster county, was destroyed, 1779, by the Tories 
and Indians, but his wife and five children escaped. 

Jacob Clock, (1738-1811), served in the New York levies. 
He was born in New York City, where he died. 

MRS. LILLIAN TRUESDELL LOVELL. 22226 

Born in Dryden, New York. 

Wife of Herbert Marlow Lovell. 

Descendant of Col. Elizur Talcott, Obadiah Gore, Sr., Lieut. 
Obadiah Gore, Jr., Ensign Andrew Durkee and Sergt. John 
Sweetland. 

Daughter of George Lord Truesdell and Ann Amanda Sweetland, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jesse Truesdell and Dorothy Lord Talcott, his 
wife; Bowen Sweetland and Betsey Durkee, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jabesh Truesdell, Jr., and Bethiah Paddock, 



LINEAGE BOOK. TJ 



his wife; Elizur Talcott, Jr., and Dorothy Lord, his wife; John Sweet- 
land and Sally Wood, his wife; Elisha Durkee and Hannah Gore, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elizur Talcott and Ruth Wright, his wife; 
Andrew Durkee and Molly Benjamin, his wife; Obadiah Gore, Jr., and 
Anna Avery, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Obadiah Gore and Hannah Park, his 
wife. 

Elizur Talcott, (1709-97), who had served as colonel before 
the war, resigned from active duty, 1776. He was a member 
of war committees of Glastonbury, where he was born and 
where he died. 

Also Nos. 357, 2245, 7886. 

Obadiah Gore, (1714-79), was a member of the Committee 
of Safety of Wyoming and arranged the capitulation after the 
massacre. 

Also Nos. 357, 8515, 16723, 18408. 

Obadiah Gore, Jr., (i 744-1 821), served as lieutenant in the 
Continental army, 1777, and was retired, 1781. He was born 
in Connecticut; died in Sheshequin, Pa. 

Andrew Durkee, (1737-1814), served at the Lexington 
Alarm and was ensign, 1778, of a company of Connecticut 
volunteers. 

John Sweetland, (1751-1824), was placed on the pension 
roll of Rutland Co., Vt., 18 18, for service of sergeant in the 
Massachusetts Continental Line. 

MISS CLAIRE M. HOWES. 22227 

Born in Elmira, New York. 

Descendant of Daniel Hill, of New York. 

Daughter of Lorenzo Howes and Helen Huston, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Orison Howes and Abigail Hill, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Hill and Alice De Gross, his wife. 

Daniel Hill, (1749-1834), was placed on the pension roll of 
Madison Co., N, Y., 183 1, for service of private in the Massa- 
chusetts Continental Line. He was born in Sherburn, Mass. ; 
died in Madison Co., N. Y. 

MISS SARAH A. MOORE. 22228 

Born in Windsor, New York. 
Descendant of Daniel Hoadley. 



78 DAUGHTERS OF THE) AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Charles Halsey Moore and Elizabeth Hayes, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Moore and Mary Hoadley, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Noah Hoadley and Clarissa Buckley, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Hoadley and Mary Barker, his wife; 
William Buckley and Mary Chapman, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Chapman and Mary Denison, 
his wife. 

Daniel Hoadley, (1736- 1806), was a member of the company 
of volunteers raised by the pastor, Rev. Samuel Eells, of Bran- 
, ford, who went as the captain. He was born in Branford, 
Conn. ; died in Windsor, N. Y, 

MRS. IRENE SMITH MURRAY. 22229 

Born in Veteran, New York. 

Wife of William M. Murray. 

Descendant of Capt. Caleb Bentley, of New York. 

Daughter of Gabriel Lewis Smith and Frances Agnes Bentley, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Cyrus Y. Bentley and Hannah Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Caleb Bentley and Mary Hewitt, his second 
wife. 

Caleb Bentley, (1742- 1827), commanded a company in the 
Albany county militia under Col. Stephen John Schuyler. 

MRS. HARRIET CAMPBELL GREEN 22230 

Born in New York. 

Wife of George de Boketon Green. 

Descendant of Col. Samuel Campbell, Jane Cannon Camp- 
bell, Matthew Cannon, Elinor McKinney Cannon and Hon. 
Jedediah Elderkin. 

Daughter of Douglas Campbell and Harriet Bowers Paige, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William W. Campbell and Maria Starkweather, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James S. Campbell and Sarah Elderkin, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Campbell and Jane Cannon, his 
wife ; Alfred Elderkin and Sarah Brown, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Matthew Cannon and Elinor Mc- 
Kinney, his wife; Jedediah Elderkin and Anne Wood, his wife. 

Samuel Campbell, (1738- 1824), commanded a regiment of 
Tryon county minute men at the battle of Oriskany. He was 
born in Londonderry, N. H. ; died in Cherry Valley, N. Y. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 79 



Jane Cannon Campbell, (1743- 1836), was captured by the 
Indians, 1778, and not exchanged for two years. She was the 
last of the women of the Revolution in Cherry Valley. 

Matthew Cannon, (1717-92), was a member of the Com- 
mittee of Safety of Tryon county and served in the Tryon 
county militia. 

EHnor McKinney Cannon, (1717-78), was taken prisoner 
at Cherry Valley and at the massacre was tomahawked by the 
Indians. 

Also Nos. 860, 4214, 7918, 14255, 16387, 17686. 

Jedidiah Elderkin, (1718-93), who was coloned in the colon- 
ial wars, served on the first Committee of Safety and as a 
member of Assembly, 1774-83. He was a member of the con- 
vention that ratified the State Constitution. He was born in 
Norwich; died in Windham, Conn. 

Also Nos. 2471, 6722, 13223, 1 = 



MISS MARY LUCRETIA FORM AN. 22231 

Born in Fulton, New York. 

Descendant of Elisha Wells, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of John E. Forman and Laura Crocker Wells, his wife. 

•Granddaughter of John Crocker Wells and Lucretia Augusta Meigs, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of EHsha Griswold Wells and Laura Crocker, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elisha Wells and Mary Griswold, his wife. 

Elisha Wells, (1758-1843), enHsted, 1777, for three years as 
a private in the Connecticut Line. 

Also No. 10743. 

MRS. LAURA WELLS DE VILLERS. 22232 

Born in Fulton, New York. 
Wife of A. V. de Villers. 
Descendant of Elisha Wells. 

Daughter of John Crocker Wells and Lucretia Augusta Meigs, his 
wife. 

See No. 22231. 

MRS. M. BELL HAZEN. 22233 

Born in Brooklyn, New York. 
Widow of Horace Clark Hazen. ' 

7 



8o daught£;rs of the American revolution. 

Descendant of Samuel Gerritson, of Long Island. 

Daughter of Stephen H. Herriman and Helen Van Brunt Gerritson, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel I. Gerritson and Jane Van Brunt, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Johannis Gerritson and Mary V. B. Cortelyou, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Gerritson and Altea Ryder, his wife. 

Samuel Gerritson, (1750-1822), was a patriot of Long 
Island, who received the protection of the army. He was 
born in Gravesend. 

MISS HELEN HERRIMAN. 22234 

Born in Brookl5rn, New York. 
Descendant of Samuel Garritson. 

Daughter of Stephen H. Herriman and Helen Van Brimt Gerrit- 
son, his wife. 
See No. 22233. 

MRS. ROSE TILDEN NICHOLS. 22235 

Born in Colchester, Conn. 

Wife of William H. Nichols, Jr. 

Descendant of Dudley Wright, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Samuel D. Tilden and Harriet S. Packwood, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Davis Packwood and Harriet Smith, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Packwood and Demise Wright, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Dudley Wright and Demise Loomis, his 
wife. 

Dudley Wright, (1717-1806), was a member of the Assem- 
bly from Colchester, where he was born and where he died. 

MRS. ANNA EMBURY SHELDON RUSSELL. 22236 

Born in Brooklyn, New York. 

Wife of Rev. James Townsend Russell. 

Descendant of Capt. Anthony Post, Dan King and Ensign 
Isaac Owen. 

Daughter of Henry King Sheldon and Anna Kissam Embury, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of James Sheldon and Ann Pamelia Owen, his wife; 
Daniel Embury and Emma C. Manley, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Arastus Sheldon and Eunice King, his wife; 



LINEAGE BOOK. 8 1 



Benajah Owen and Anna Smith, his wife; Dr. James R. Manley and 
Eliza Post, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Dan King and Hannah Harmon, his wife; 
Isaac Owen and Zerniah Griswold (1735-1817), his wife; Anthony- 
Post and Petronella Post, his wife. 

Anthony Post, (1752- 1832), was captain of a company of 
artificers, Continental artillery, 1777, retired, 1781. He died 
in New York City. 

Dan King, (1739-1816), served at the Lexington Alarm in 
Capt. Elihu Kent's company. He was born in Suffield, Conn., 
where he died. 

Isaac Owen, (1736-1816), served as ensign in Capt. Jona- 
than Wadsworth's company in the Burgoyne campaign. He 
died in Suffield, Conn. 

Also No. 15451. 

MRS. FLORENCE K. SMITH. 22237 

Born in Brooklyn, New York. 

Wife of Clarence Ednor Smith. 

Descendant of Sergt. Samuel Jones, of New York. 

Daughteer of Richard James Kelley and Juliet Alvira Bafnes, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles C. Barnes and Juliet J. Armour, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jacob D. L. M. Armour and Elizabeth Woods, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Woods and Elizabeth Jones, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Jones. 

Samuel Jones, (i 753-1 831), lost a leg in service and was 
placed on the pension roll of New York City, 1786. He was 
sergeant in Hayes' New Jersey levies. 

MISS LUCELLA C. SMITH. 22238 

Born in Sandisfield, Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Dan King. 

Daughter of Jared Smith and Julia Caroline Sheldon, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Arastus Sheldon and Eunice King, his wife. 
See No. 22236. 

MRS. MARION H. TIBBALS. 22239 

Born in Little Falls, New York. 
Wife of John A. Y. Tibbals. 



82 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Col. Peter Bellinger. 

Daughter of Dr. Allen Smith Heath and Mary Dale, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Heath and Mary Casler, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nicholas Casler (Kesler) and Gertrude Bel- 
linger, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Peter Bellinger and Delia Herkmer, his 
wife. 

Peter Bellinger, (1726-1813), commanded a Tryon county- 
regiment. 

Also Nos. 3245, 10179, 12422, 13854, 18787, 21 169. 

MRS. ADA PARSONS FAILING. 22240 

Born in Albany, New York. 

Wife of John P. Failing. 

Descendant of Corp. Henry Bowne and of Lieut. Thomas 
Green. 

Daughter of John Davis Parsons and Ellinor Bowne, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Stephen Parsons, Jr., and Hannah Thorne, his 
wife; John Bowne and Margaret McGlashan, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Thorne and Deborah Green, his wife; 
Henry Bowne and Charity Huff, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Green and Lydia Swain, his wife, 
m. 1754. 

Henry Bowne, (1749-J829), was placed on the pension roll 
of Saratoga county as corporal in the New Jersey Line. He 
was born in Trenton, N, J. ; died in Charlton, N. Y. 

Thomas Green, (1731-1810), served as second lieutenant in 
Capt. Benjamin Adams's company. He was born in Reading, 
Mass., where he died. 

MRS. EMMA WHITE JARRETT. 22241 

Born in Albany, New York. 

Wife of Floyd Jarrett. 

Descendant of Stephen William Johnson and Stephen Put- 
nam. 

Daughter of John Given White and Hannah Johnson Putnam, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Elisha Putnam and Esther Johnson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Putnam and Mary Gibbs, his wife, 
m. 1755; Stephen WilHam Johnson and Martha Smith (1756-1832), 
his wife, m. 1772. 

Stephen Putnam, (1729-1803), who served in the early wars, 
was a private in the Canadian expedition. He was brother to 



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Gen. Rufus Putnam. He was born in Sutton ; died in North- 
ampton, Mass. 

Stephen Wilham Johnson, (1749-1834), was one of the 
Mohawk Indians who threw the tea overboard in Boston har- 
bor. He enhsted as a private and was taken prisoner at Fort 
Washington. He was born in Norwalk, Conn. ; died in Al- 
bany, N. Y. 

Also Nos. 9309, 14258, 14468, 15495, 19927. 

MISS JULIA NOBLE WAITE. 22242 

Born in New York, N. Y. 

Descendant of Asahel Noble. 

Daughter of Charles Burritt Waite and Sarah Elizabeth Noble 
(1856-1888), his wife. 

Granddaughter of Harmon Noble (1803-1864) and Laura Ann Welch 
(1823-1895), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Gen. Ransom Noble (1778-1863) and Anna 
McNeil, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elisha Noble (1750-1803) and Sally Crane, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Asahel Noble and Catherine Peet (1725- 
1799)) his wife. 

Asahel Noble, (1725-96), was a member of the Committee 
of Inspection of New Milford, where he was born and where 
he died. 

MISS E. MARIA AYRES. 22243 

Born in Fairfield, New York. 

Descendant of Jabez Ayres. 

Daughter of Hiram Ayres and Electa Tuttle, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Stephen Ayres and Roxy Snow, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jabez Ayres and Persis Stewart, his wife. 

Jabez Ayres, (1737-1824), who had served in the early wars, 
was a private in Capt. Thomas Whipple's company of Massa- 
chusetts militia, 1780. He was born in New Braintree, Mass. ; 
died in Herkimer Co., N. Y, 

MRS. ADELAIDE F. BIRDSALL BALDWIN. 22244 

Born in Addison, New York. 
Wife of Horace Dyer Baldwin. 

Descendant of Col. Arthur Erwin, Judge Richard Steere 
and Lieut. Col. Benjamin Birdsall. 



84 daughti;rs o^ the American revolution. 

Daughter of Henry Huntington Birdsall and Rachel Erwin, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Judge James Birdsall and Rizpah Steere, his wife; 
Maj. Arthur Erwin and Sarah Clark, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Birdsall and Elizabeth Aiken, his 
wife ; Stephen Steere and Rizpah Smith, his wife ; Arthur Erwin and 
Mary Kennedy, his second wife, 1771. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Richard Steere and Jean Aldrich, his sec- 
ond wife. 

Arthur Erwin, (1726-91), commanded Buck's county. Pa., 
militia, 1776. He founded the town of Erwin in New York 
and Erwinna in Pennsylvania. He was born in Ireland and 
was assassinated by a squatter in Luzerne Co., Pa. 

Also Nos. 13972, 17046. 

Richard Steere, (1707-97), was a member of the General 
Assembly of Rhode Island. 

Benjamin Birdsall, (1743-1828), was commissioned major 
of Dutchess county militia, 1775, and was promoted lieutenant 
colonel, 1778. He was born in Quaker Hill and died in 
Chenango Co., N. Y. 

Also Nos. 144, 8547, 9816, 1 1749, 16094. 

MRS. MARY ERWIN BIRDSALL LANDERS. 22245 

Born in Erwin, New York. 
Widow of William S. Landers. 

Descendant of Col. Arthur Erwin, Judge Richard Steere 
and Lieut. Col Benjamin Birdsall. 
Daughter of Henry Huntington Birdsall and Rachel Erwin, his wife. 
See No. 22244. 

MRS. MARY B. TRIMBLE. 22246 

Born in New York, N. Y. 

Wife of Edward R. Trimble. 

Descendant of Hon. John Witherspoon, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of William N. Callender and Genevieve Authon, Tiis wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Callender and Ann Maria Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Stanhope Smith and Anne Wither- 
spoon, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Witherspoon and Elizabeth Montgom- 
ery, his wife. 

John Witherspoon, (1722-94), was called from Scotland to 
be president of Princeton College. He served several terms 



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in the Continental Congress and was a signer of the Declara- 
tion of Independence. 
Also Nos. 257, 1690, 2104, 5708, 8774, 13341. 

MRS. SALLIE MEDBURY BLANCHARD. 22247 

Born in New Bedford, Massachusetts. 

Wife of James A. Blanchard. 

Descendant of Ensign Jeremiah Jencks, of Rhode Island, 

Daughter of Thomas Medbury and Elizabeth Jencks Armington, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Walker Armington and Marcy Jencks, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jeremiah Jencks and Priscilla Bacon, his wife. 

Jeremiah Jencks, (1720-79), was elected ensign, 1780, of 
Capt. Joseph Allen's company of Rhode Island militia. He 
was born in Providence, where he died. 

MRS. BELLE WOLFE BARUCH. 22248 

Born in Winnsboro, South Carolina. 

Wife of Dr. Simon Baruch. 

Descendant of Isaac Marks. 

Daughter of Suling S. Wolfe and Sarah Cohen, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. Hartwig Cohen (1783-1861) and Deborah 
Marks, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Capt. Samuel Mendes Marks (1762-1804) and 
Sarah Harris, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Marks and Miriam Simons, his wife. 

Isaac Marks served as a private with the New York State 
troops. He was born, 1732, in New York City. 

Also Nos. 19122, 20258. 

MRS. JENNIE WOODRUFF CLARK. 22249 

Born in Buffalo, New York. 

Wife of Walter Clark. 

Descendant of Lemuel Clark. 

Daughter of Lemuel Baldwin Clark and Mary Jane Woodruff, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Horace Clark and Malinda Candee, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Lemuel Baldwin Clark and Polly Kellog, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Lemuel Clark and Ruth Baldwin, his wife 

Lemuel Clark, (1753-1831), turned out from Lebanon 



86 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Conn., in Capt. David Tilden's company at the Lexington 
Alarm. He died in Candor, N. Y. 
Also Nos. 5012, 12636. 

MISS ANNA EDGAR DONALD. 22250 

Born in New York, N. Y. 

Descendant of Thomas Edgar, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Peter Donald and Anna Judson Edgar, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Edgar and Sarah Ann Randolph, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Alexander Edgar and Catherine Manning, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Edgar and Elizabeth Knapp, his 
wife. 

Thomas Edgar, (1746-1812), was a patriot who was ar- 
rested, 1780, and imprisoned in the Sugar House, N, Y., 
where he was made lame for life. He was born in Wood- 
bridge, N. J., where he died. 

Also No. 21718. 

MRS. MARGARET DONALD BISHOP. 22251 

Born in New York, N. Y. 
Wife of D. Bishop. 

Descendant of Thomas Edgar, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of Peter Donald and Anna Judson Edgar, his wife. 
See No. 22250. 

22252 

MRS. IDA KATE LEONARD SCHULTZE. 22253 

Born in Detroit, Michigan. 

Wife of Ernst Friedrich Edward Schultze. 

Descendant of Capt. Amos Skeele and of Daniel Hicks. 

Daughter of Charles Egbert Leonard and Cynthia Hicks Van Name, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Jarvis Leonard and Delina Cone Skeele, his 
wife ; William Van Name and Rachel Hicks, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Amos Skeele and Mary Otis, his wife ; Ben- 
jamin Hicks and Cynthia Ward, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Hicks and Katharine Van Name. 

Amos Skeele, (1750-1843), served in the Connecticut mili- 
tia at the siege of Boston and the battles of White Plains, 
Trenton and Princeton. He was severely wounded in the de- 
fense of Danbury and was placed on the pension roll of Hamp- 



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den county, Mass., 1795. He was born in Woodbury, Conn.; 
died in Chicopee, Mass. 

Also Nos. 1976, 3416, 1 1050. 

Daniel Hicks, (1760- 1853), was placed on the pension roll 
of Erie county, N. Y., 1831, for service of private in the New 
York militia. 

22254 

MRS. JESSIE NETTA PARSONS ROBERTS. 22255 

Born in Leyden, New York. 

Wife of George W. Roberts. 

Descendant of Lieut. John Manchester, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Edwin Lucias Parsons and Charlotte Maria Manches- 
ter, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Whitman Manchester and Sophronia Bur- 
gess, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Manchester (1777-1856) and Jael Kent 
(1787-1864), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Manchester and Mary Whitman, his 
wife. 

John Manchester, (1752-94), served as lieutenant of militia, 
1776. He was born in Tiverton; died in Cranston, R. I. 

MRS. MARY ABBY ABELL HILTON. 22256 

Born in Antwerp, New York. 

Wife of Archibald Lord Hilton. 

Descendant of Corp. Uriah Stone, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Ira Hill Abell and CaroHne Cornelia Wiggins, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Chester Abell and Abigail Corliss Stone, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Stone and Hannah Corliss, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Uriah Stone and Hepzibah Hadley, his 
wife. 

Uriah Stone, (1748-1810), served in Capt. Timothy Bedel's 
company of rangers, 1775. He was born in Piermont, N. H., 
where he died. 

MRS. HARRIET AYRES LA RUE. 22257 

Born in Fairfield, New York. 
Wife of Lawrence A. La Rue. 
Descendant of Jabez Ayres. 

Daughter of Hiram Ayres and Electa Tuttle, his wife. 
See No. 22243. 



88 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MISS FANNY DE VILLA BALL. 22258 

Born in Schenevus, New York. 

Descendant of Capt. Cornelius Van Santvoord and of En- 
sign Cornelius Van Der Zee, of New York. 

Daughter of Ogilvie De Villa Ball and Adalaide Van Der Zee, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Albert Van Der Zee and Ann Van Santvoord, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Van Der Zee and Anetze Ten Eyck, 
his wife; Staats Van Santvoord and Margaret Van Harlingen, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Cornelius Van Der Zee and Aginitz Whit- 
beck, his wife; Cornelius Van Santvoord and Eva Staatz, his wife. 

Cornelius Van Santvoord commanded a company of Albany 
county associated exempts. 

Cornelius Van Der Zee, (1740-1823), was commissioned en- 
sign, 1776; served in the Burgoyne campaign and was at 
the surrender. He died in Coeymans, N. Y. 

MRS. FLORENCE MORGAN TILLINGHAST. 22259 

Born in Syracuse, New York. 

Wife of Charles B. Tillinghast. 

Descendant of John Ellis. 

Daughter of William Edgar Morgan and Helen Sophia Smith, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. George Smith and Electa Ellis, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Ellis and Submit Olds, his wife. 

John Ellis, (1763-1820), was a patriot of two wars. He was 
born in Hebron, Conn. ; died in Syracuse, N. Y. 

MRS. ELIZABETH REMSEN LE ROY DALE. 22260 

Born in Tarrytown, New York. 

Wife of Henry Dale. 

Descendant of Col. Henry Remsen, of New York. 

Daughter of Dr. Frederick G. Le Roy and Caroline Remsen, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Rutgers Remsen and Elizabeth Waldron 
Phoenix, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Henry Remsen, Jr., and Elizabeth De Peys- 
ter, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Henry Remsen and Cornelia Dickerson, 
his wife. 



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Henry Remsen, (1736-92), was colonel of the New York 
City militia, 1775. He was a member of the Committee of One 
Hundred and represented the city in the Provincial Congress, 
1776-7. He was born in New York City, where he died. 

Also Nos. 17156, 19969. 

MRS. JENNIE TURNER EIDLITZ. 22261 

Born in Buffalo, New York. 

Wife of Cyrus L. W. Eidlitz. 

Descendant of Moses Turner and of Peter Clute. 

Daughter of Joseph Dana Dudley and Caroline Felthousen, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Stephen Dudley and Hannah Sargeant Turner, 
his wife; James Daniel Felthousen and Nancy Helen Clute, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Moses Turner and Elizabeth Bean, his wife; 
Hendrick Clute and Margaret Teller, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Turner and Sarah Colby, his wife ; 
Peter Clute and Catharine Marselis, his wife. 

Moses Turner, (1755-1844), served as a private during the 
Revolution. He was born and died in Candia, N. H. 

Peter Clute, (1731-85), served in the Albany county militia 
in Capt. Jesse Van Slyck's company, Col. Abraham Wemple's 
regiment. He was born in Schenectady, where he died. 

Also Nos. 14292, 15530. 

MRS. CORNELIUS WING EERRISS. 222^2 

Born in Glens Falls, New York. 

Wife of Orange Ferriss. 

Descendant of Elias Carpenter, of Vermont. 

Daughter of Wait S. Carpenter and Miraette Higby, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Elias Carpenter and Sarah Prescott, his wife. 

Elias Carpenter, (1761-1851), was with the first troops that 
entered Yorktown after the surrender. He was placed on the 
pension roll of Orange Co., Vt, 1831, for service of private in 
the Connecticut Continental Line. He was born in Strafford, 
Vt, where he died. 

MRS. JULIA GILLESPIE DE HAVEN. 22263 

Born in New York, N. Y. 
Wife of William B. De Haven. 

Descendant of Timothy Root and of Joseph Root, of Con- 
necticut. 



go DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Albert Gillespie and Julia S. Billings, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Mortimer Billings and Julia Root Holmes, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Holmes and Sophronia Root (1797- 
1834), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Root and Elizabeth Pomeroy, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr. -gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Root and Jemima Wood, his 
wife. 

Timothy Root, (1719-94), was appointed by the Assembly 
quartermaster of a troop of Light Horse miUtia, 1778. 

Joseph Root, (1753-1825), was a minute man at the Lex- 
ington Alarm under Capt. Elias Buell and subsequently served 
under Capt. Solomon Willes. He was born in Somers, Conn., 
where he died. 

Also Nos. 16879, 21735. 

MRS. SUE THORNTON MERIWETHER HENNING. 22264 

Born in Shelby County, Kentucky. 

Wife of James Williamson Henning. 

Descendant of Capt. Walker Baylor. 

Daughter of Thornton Meriwether and Elizabeth Davis Allen, his 
wife, m. 1864. 

Granddaughter of John Polk Allen and Georgiana Baylor, his wife, 
m. 1834. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Baylor and Betsy Timberlake, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Walker Baylor and Jane Bledsoe, his wife. 

Walker Baylor, (1760-1823), served as lieutenant of the 
Third Continental Dragoons, 1777, and rose to the rank of 
captain. He was born in New Market, Va., died in Paris, Ky., 
where he is buried in the grounds of his home at Woodlawn. 

Also No. 16777. 

MISS CLARA DOUGLAS HILGER. 22265 

Born in New York, N. Y. 

Descendant of Maj. Alexander Garden, of South Carolina. 

Daughter of Douglas Hilger and Clara Belle Parry, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Thomas Parry and Martha Anna Garden, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Alexander Garden and Mary Anna Gibbes, his 
wife. 

Alexander Garden, (1757-1829), served as volunteer aide- 
de-camp to Gen. Nathaniel Greene to the close of the war. 



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He was a member of the Society of the Cincinnati. He was 
born in Charleston, where he died. 

Also Nos. 4231, 20558, 2iy2)2- 

MRS. SUSAN HOWLAND HOAG. 22266 

Born in New Bedford, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Daniel Hoag. 

Descendant of Zabdiel Sampson, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Charles Tallman and Deborah Sampson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Issachar Sampson and Deborah Wilbur, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Zabdiel Sampson and Abia Whitmarsh, his wife. 

Zabdiel Sampson, (1727-76), was a minute man at the Lex- 
ington Alarm in Capt. John Bradford's company. Col. The- 
ophilus Cotton's regiment ; served in the New York campaign 
and was killed at the battle of Harlem Plains. He was born in 
Plympton, Mass. 

Also No. 16920. 

MRS. ESTELLE BAYNE JONES. 22267 

Born in Wapping, Virginia. 

Widow of Fletcher Piatt Jones. 

Descendant of Capt. John Ashby, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Charles Bayne and Ellen Ashby, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomson Ashby and Ann Stuart Menefee, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Ashby and Mary Turner, his wife. 

John Ashby, (1740-1815), was commissioned captain, 1776, 
in the Third Virginia Regiment and was at Brandywine and 
Germantown. He resigned on account of wounds received in 
battle. He was born in Fauquier Co., Va., where he died. 

MRS. MARY GRINNELL LANDON. 22268 

Born in New York, N. Y. 

Wife of Edward H. Landon. 

Descendant of Levi Morton and of Rev. Justin Parsons. 

Daughter of William F. Grinnell and Mary Morton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Oliver Morton (1788-1852) and Lucretia 
Parsons, his wife, m. 1814. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Levi Morton and Hannah Daly, his wife, m. 
1788; Justin Parsons and Electa Frary, his wife. 

Levi Morton, (1760-1838), was placed on the pension roll 



92 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

of Plymouth county for service of private in the Massachusetts 
mihtia. He was born in Middleboro, Mass., where he died. 

Justin Parsons, (1759-1847), served at Ticonderoga, 1777, 
and responded to the call for volunteers for the defense of 
Vermont. He was born in Northumberland, Mass. ; died in 
Ridgefield, Ohio. 

MRS. ELLA SHERMAN MARSH. 22269 

Born in Chicago, Illinois. 

Wife of Eben Jones Marsh. 

Descendant of Samuel Benedict and of Sergt. John Trow- 
bridge, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Francis Trowbridge Sherman and Eleanor Norton Ved- 
der, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Francis Cornwall Sherman and Electa Trowbridge, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Reuben Trowbridge and Susanah Benedict, his 
wife. 

Gr. -gr.-granddaughter of John Trowbridge and Abiah Stevens, his 
wife; Eleazer Benedict and Jerusha Crosby, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Benedict and Phebe Benedict 
(1722-1801), his wife. 

Samuel Benedict, (1722-92), served in the defense of Fair- 
field county, where he was born and where he died. 

John Trowbridge, (1746-1825), was placed on the pension 
roll of Fairfield Co., 18 18, for service of sergeant in the Con- 
necticut Line. He was born in New Fairfield, where he died. 

MISS MARY E. C. BANCKER. 22270 

Born in New York, N. Y. 

Descendant of John Henry. 

Daughter of Josiah Hook Bancker and Mary Elizabeth Henry, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Michael Henry and Maria Anne Hymes, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Henry and Leah Brevoort, his wife. 

John Henry, (1744-1817), served as commissary of clothing, 
1776-77. He was born in Ireland; died in New York City. 

MRS. GERTRUDE W. CUSHING. 22271 

Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 
Wife of William Tileston Gushing. 



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Descendant of Richard Sweetser. 

Daughter of Charles K. Wells and Sarah Hitchings, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Wells and Susannah Sweetser, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Richard Sweetser and Sarah Matthews, his 
first wife. 

Richard Sweetser, (1749- 1844), was placed on the pension 
roll of Kennebec Co., Maine, 1818, for service of private in 
the Massachusetts Line. 

Also No. 641 1. 

MISS ADELAIDE B. HYDE. 22272 

Born in Torrington, Connecticut. 

Descendant of Capt. Jedediah Hyde, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of William W. Hyde and Eliza Ostrum, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alphonso Marsh Hyde and Mary Wright, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Arunah Waterman Hyde and Sarah Kilburn, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jededian Hyde and Mary Waterman, his 
first wife, m. 1761. 

Jedediah Hyde, (1738- 1832), commanded a company of 
Continental infantry, 1776, and was at Long Island, German- 
town and Monmouth. He was born in Norwich, Conn. ; died 
in Hyde Park, Vt. 

Also Nos. 1839, 2362, 7435, 15454, IQQH, 20441. 

MRS. MARY THEODORA SIZER. 22273 

Born in Baltimore, Maryland. 

Wife of Robert Ryland Sizer. 

Descendant of Sergt. Jonathan Lilly. 

Daughter of John Jacob Thompson and Emmalena Lilly, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alonzo Lilly and Mariana Entler, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Eliakim Lilly and Susanna Howes, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Lilly and Sarah Foster, his wife. 

Jonathan Lilly, (1739-1828), who had served in the early 
wars, was sergeant in Capt. Benjamin Phillips' company, 
Hampshire county, Mass., regiment, 1777. He was born in 
Stafford, Conn. ; died in Ashfield, Mass. 

MISS CELESTIA RANDOLPH. 22274 

Born in Canoga, New York. 
Descendant of Stephen Taft and of Silas Taft of Massa- 
chusetts. 



94 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Edward Salisbury Randolph and Elizabeth Bachman, his 
wife. 

•Granddaughter of Daniel Randolph and Elizabeth Taft, his wife, 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dan Taft and Sarah Comstock, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Silas Taft and Elizabeth Gruff, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Taft and Mary Taft, his wife. 

Stephen Taft, (1710-1803), was a minute man at the Lex- 
ington Alarm from Uxbridge, where he was born and where 
he died. His son Silas served in the militia. 

Also Nos. 1 1970, 13153, 14566, 17684, 19954. 

MRS. CLARA WEAVER PARRISH. 22275 

Born in Selma, Alabama. 

Wife of William Peck Parrish. 

Descendant of Judge Robert Rutherford, of North Carolina. 

Daughter of William M. Weaver and Lucia F. Minter, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William T. Minter and Susan A. Bell, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Morgan Minter and Joanna Rutherford, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Robert Rutherford and Dorothy Ann 
Brooks, his wife. 

Robert Rutherford, (1734-1814), was a member of the first 
Provincial Congress, held in Hillsboro, N. C, and was county 
judge. He was born in Virginia ; died in Newberry, N. C. 

Also Nos. 11353, 13245- 

MISS MARY HALL CROSMAN. 22276 

Born in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Robert Crosman, Col. Elihu Hall, Hon. Wil- 
liam Maclay, Hon. John Harris, Rev. William Foster, Capt. 
James Gordon Heron, Capt. Samuel Fisher, Mary Crosure 
Fisher, Ephraim Keith and Sergt. Ephraim M. Keith. 

Daughter of James Heron Crosman and Ellen Williams Hall, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of George Hampden Crosman (1799-1883), and 
Hannah Blair Foster, his wife, m. 1829; Rev. William Maclay Hall 
and Ellen Campbell Williams (1804-78), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Crosman (1767-1814) and Amelia 
Sophia Dorothea Wolfenbuttel Keith (1767-1853), his wife, m. 1797; 
Alexander William Foster and Jane Thompson Heron, his wife; Henry 
Hall, M. D. (1775-1808) and Hester Maclay (1778-1819), his wife, 
m. 1800; Benjamin Williams and Nancy Fisher, his wife. 



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Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of George Crosman, M. D., and Sarah 
Andrews, his wife; Ephraim M. Keith and Mary 'Smith, his wife, 
m. 1765; WilHam Foster and Hannah Van Hook Blair, his wife; 
James Gordon Heron and Eleanor Evans, his wife; Elihu Hall and 
Elizabeth Harrison, his wife; William Maclay and Mary Harris 
(b. 1750), his wife, m. 1774; Samuel Fisher and Mary Crosure, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Robert Crosman and Martha Gushee, 
his wife; Ephraim Keith and Sarah Washburn, his wife, pi. 1732; 
John Harris and Elizabeth McClure, his first wife, m. 1749. 

Robert Crosman, (1707-99), was a patriot of Taunton, 
Mass., where he was born and where he died. 

EHhu Hall, (1723-90), was lieutenant colonel of militia and 
his home at Mount Welcome served as a refuge for the Whigs. 
He was born in Cecil Co., Md., where he died. 
Also Nos. 227, 11612, 12001. 

William Maclay, (1737-1804), served as assistant commis- 
sary of purchases and as member of the Assembly, 1781. He 
died in Harrisburg, Pa. 

John Harris, (1726-91), was a delegate to the convention; 
gave valuable civil service, and founded Harrisburg 

James Gordon Heron, (1749-1809), served in Hazen's regi- 
ment, Congress's Own; was captured and when exchanged 
served until wounds compelled him to retire. He was a mem- 
ber of the Cincinnati of Maryland. 

WilHam Foster, (1740-80), was a patriot preacher and a 
price was set upon his head by Sir William Howe. He was 
born in Lancaster ; died in Chester Co., Pa. 
Also Nos. 599, 3318, S720, 8174, 14399. 

Ephraim Keith, (1707-81), who had fought in the early 
wars,, was an iron manufacturer and cast cannon for the col- 
ony. He was born in Bridgewater, Mass. 

Ephraim M. Keith, (1739-83), like his father was a grad- 
uate of Harvard. He served as a private, corporal and ser- 
geant in the Massachusetts militia. He was born in Bridge- 
water; died in Taunton, Mass. 

Samuel Fisher served in the Pennsylvania militia; was 
taken prisoner and carried to Philadelphia. He was released 
on parole through the eloquent appeal of his wife, who proved 
herself a heroine and won the sympathy of the British officers. 
8 



96 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOEUTION. 

MISS CAROLINE JANE DODGE. 22277 

Born in Cohoes, New York. 
Descendant of Nathaniel Brown Dodge. 

Daughter of William Taylor Dodge and Sarah M. Steenburgh, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Asa Dodge, Jr., and Tilea Shurtleff, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Asa Dodge and Abigail Blodgett, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Brown Dodge and Lydia Barber, 
his first wife. 

Nathaniel Brown Dodge, (17401823), served as a private, 
1776, in the Massachusetts militia. His diary and a letter to 
his wife from Crown Point, N. Y., July 4, 1776, are in the pos- 
session of the family. He was born in Dudley, Mass. ; died in 
Barre, Vt. 

MRS. MAY J. FORREST BRADLEY. 22278 

Born in Washington, District of Columbia. 

Wife of A. J. I. Bradley. 

Descendant of Capt. Zachariah Forrest, of Maryland. 

Daughter of Zachariah Forrest and Victoria Wooster, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Forrest and Elizabeth Dulany, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Zachariah Forrest and Nancy Edwards, his 
wife. 

Zachariah Forrest, (1742-1815), was captain of miltia and 
a member of the Committee of Safety of St. Mary's county, 
where he was born and where he died. His brother Uriah 
lost a leg at Germantown. 

Also No. 1020. 

MRS. MARTHA E. WILSON MANROSS. 22279 

Born in Geneva, New York. 

Wife of W. D. Manross. 

Descendant of William Wilson, Samuel Wilson, Sergt. Si- 
meon Gould and Timothy Lane. 

Daughter of William Dexter Wilson and Susan Whipple Trowbridge, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Wilson and Rhoda Gould, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Wilson and Rachel Locke, his wife; 
Simeon Gould and Rhoda Lane, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Wilson and Hannah Fuller, his 



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wife; Simeon Gould and Elizabeth Pike, his wife; Timothy Una and 
J-r^ydia Lane Davis, his wife. 

William Wilson, {1733-78), who had served in the early 
wars, enlisted, 1776, for three years and died in service. He 
was born in Concord, Mass. 

Samuel Wilson, (1758-1844), served as a private in the 
Massachusetts militia at the siege of Boston. He received a 
pension in Stoddard, N. H., where he died. 

Simeon Gould, (1733-1827), was in the New York cam- 
paign and at the battles of Stillwater and Saratoga. He served 
as sergeant major in the Rhode Island expedition, 1778. He 
was born in New Ipswich, N. H., where he died. 
Also Nos. 12774, 15885, 20452. 

Timothy Lane, (1722-93), served at the siege of Boston 
from Bedford, Mass., where he died. 

MRS. HARRIET STEPHENS HOES SEYMOUR. 22280 

Born in Ithaca, New York. 
Widow of Ova H. Seymour. 
Descendant of Ensign Peter Swart, of New York. 

Daughter of Rev. John C. F. Hoes, D. D., and Lucy Mariah Randall, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Peter L Hoes and Mariah Swart, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Peter Swart and Cornelia Beeker, his wife. 

Peter Swart, (1752-1829), served as a scout and as an offi- 
cer. He was born in Schoharie, N. Y., where he died. 

Also No. 1437. 

MRS. EDITH HUNT WHITLOCK. 22281 

Born in Charlotte, New York. 

Wife of Arthur P. Whitlock. 

Descendant of James Roberts. 

Daughter of Daniel Talcott Hunt and Celia Maria Davis, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin F. Hunt and Sally Talcott, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Talcott and Sally Roberts, his wife, 
m. 1798. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of James Roberts and Jerusha Talcott, his 
wife. 

James Roberts, (1739-96), served as a private in the Con- 
necticut Line. He was born in Windsor, Conn. 



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MRS. HARRIET SOUTHWORTH CROWELL. 22282 

Born in Lynn, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Howard Horton Crowell. 

Descendant of Joseph Richards, of Massachusetts, 

Daughter of James Luther Southworth and Mary Newhall, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Madison Southworth and Harriet Richards, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Richards and Lydia Ingalls, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Richards and Lydia Witt, his wife. 

Joseph Richards, (1753- 1824), was a minute man at the 
Lexington Alarm. He was born in Lynn, where he died. 

MRS. JESSIE WISNER SCHMIDT. 22283 

Born in Lyons, New York. 
Wife of Walter Schmidt. 
Descendant of John Cosart, of New York. 
Daughter of Harrison Wisner and Maria Cosart, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Maj. E. C. Cosart and Ann Mariah Hill, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Cosart and Susannah Bird Le Fevre, his 
wife. 

John Cosart, (i 760-1 821), was with the New Jersey troops 
at Brandywine, Germantown, Valley Forge, Yorktown and 
served to the close of the war. He was born in Morristown, 
N. J., removed to New York, 1790, and died in Utica. 

Also No. 3217. 

MRS. FRANCES M. WILLIAMS. 22284 

Born in Westford, New York. 

Widow of Sherman Williams. 

Descendant of William Drake, William Drake, Jr., and of 
Capt. Seth Hamlin. 

Daughter of John Drake (b. 1799) and Perlia Judson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Drake, Jr., and Eunice Hamlin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Drake (b. 1729) and Phebe Leonard, 
his wife; Seth Hamlin (1740-95) and Mary Pitcher, his first wife, 
m. 1761. 

See No. 22591. 

William Drake, Jr., (1756-1812), served as a private in the 
Massachusetts militia in the Revolution. He was born in 
Taunton, Mass. ; removed to Westford, N. Y., and died in 
service. His father was also a soldier. 



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MRS. CAROLINE EDWARDS TOBEY. 22285 

Born in Virgil, New York. 

Wife of Albert Burrell Tobey. 

Descendant of William Edwards and of Jonathan Skeel 

Daughter of Rufus Edwards and Harriet Orpha Hart, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Edwards and Lucinda Skeel, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Edwards and Sarah Norris, his wife; 
Jonathan Skeel and Joanna Wood, his wife. 

William Edwards, (1743-94), served as a private, 1777, in 
Capt. Aaron Rawley's company. Col. Benjamin Simond's regi- 
ment of Berkshire Co. militia. He died in Stockbridge, Mass. 

Jonathan Skeel, (1749-1834), served in the battle of Ben- 
nington and the Burgoyne campaign. He was placed on the 
pension roll of Cortland Co., N. Y., 183 1. He was born in 
Kent, Conn. ; died in Virgil, N. Y. 

Also Nos. 1238, 12039. 

MRS. ANNA DE GROFF WOODIN COLBURN. 22286 

Born in Hillsdale, New York. 

Wife of C. C. Colburn. 

Descendant of Nicholas Sharts, Jr., of New York. 

Daughter of William H. Woodin and Sarah J. De Groff, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Bullis De Groff and Anna M. Sharts, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Nicholas Sharts (b. 1800) and Jane 
Brazee, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nicholas Sharts, Jr. (b. 1757), and Margeret 
Cooper, his wife. 

Nicholas Sharts, Jr., was placed on the pension roll, 1832, 
at the age of seventy-five, for nearly ten months' service as 
private in the New York Line. 

MRS. ADDIE BOWE STILSON. 22287 

Born in Middlefield, New York. 
Wife of Charles Stilson. 

Descendant of Edward Bow, of New York. 
Daughter of Le Roy Edward Bowe and Caroline Eddy Bowe, his 
wife 
Granddaughter of Edward Bow, Jr., and Peninah Baker, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Edward Bow and Ruth Hubbard, his wife. 
Edward Bow, (1757-1842), was placed on the pension roll 



lOO DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

of New York, 1828, for one year's service as a private in the 
Connecticut Line. He was born in Middletown, Conn. ; died 
in Otsego Co., N. Y. 

MISS BESSIE LOCKWOOD ABBEY. 22288 

Born in Olean, New York. 

Descendant of Capt. Timothy Lockwood, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Alfred Henry Abbey and Lizzie J. Lockwood, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Orrin Lockwood and EHza Jameson, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Ebenezer Lockwood and Betsey Seymour, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Lockwood and Abigail Mead, his 
wife. 

Timothy Lockwood, (1735-82), was captain of a train-band 
before the war and commanded a company of coast guards 
during the Revolution. He was born in Greenwich, Conn., 
where he died. His eldest son, Timothy, enlisted at seven- 
teen. 

Also No. 936. 

MRS. MARY ADELIA F. GREEN. 22289 

Born in Almond, New York. 

Wife of Charles W. Green. 

Descendant of Capt. Abraham Lewis, Jr., Daniel Morton, 
Benjamin Smith and John Wait. 

Daughter of Horace W. Frisbie and Matilda Lewis, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Sidney Frisbie and Tirzah Smith, his wife; Dillion 
Lewis and Ann Jones, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Smith and Roxa Morton, his wife; 
Abraham Lewis, Jr., and Eunice Hearn, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Smith and Elizabeth Smith, his 
second wife; Daniel Morton and Eleanor Wait, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Wait and Submit Hastings, his 
wife, m. 1723. 

Abraham Lewis, Jr., (1752-1838), was placed on the pen- 
sion roll of Rennselaer Co., N. Y., for service of private, lieu- 
tenant and captain in the Connecticut militia. 

Daniel Morton, (1720-86), was a minute man in Capt. Seth 
Murray's company at Ticonderoga. He was born in Hat- 
field ; died in Whately, Mass. 

Benjamin Smith, (1728-93), was a minute man from 



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Whately at the Lexington Alarm and also served on the Com- \ 

mittee of Safety. 

Also No. 27. 

John Wait, (1703-76), was a minute man from Whately, 
where he died. 

MISS ELLA P. HAZLETT. 22290 

Born in Olean, New York. 

Descendant of Maj. Daniel Dickinson, of New York. 

Daughter of George Hazlett and Augusta Dickinson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Dickinson (d. 1856) and Permilla Ferris, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Dickinson and Mary Palmer, his wife. 

Daniel Dickinson, (1739-1812), served as major in the 
Thirteenth Regiment, Albany county militia. He was born in 
Hartford, Conn. ; died in Stillwater, N. Y. 

MRS. KATE CORINNE HIGGINS. 22291 

Born in Rushford, New York. 

Wife of Frank Wayland Higgins. 

Descendant of Jonathan Bell, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Aaron Harrison Noble and Aldura Bell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Bell and Margaret Forsyth, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Bell and Deborah Butterworth, his 
wife. 

Jonathan Bell, (1755-1844), served several enlistments un- 
der different commands. He was placed on the pension roll 
of Hillsboro Co., N. H., 1831, for service of private in the 
Massachusetts militia. He died in Goffstown, N. H. 

MRS. LIZZIE B. JEWELL. 22292 

Born in Olean, New York. 
Wife of Marcius B. Jewell. 
Descendant of Maj. Daniel Dickinson. 

Daughter of George F. Hazlett and Augusta Dickinson, his wife. 
See No. 22290. 

MRS. BESSIE SARTWELL WORDEN. 22293 

Born in Southport, Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Irving E. Worden. 
Descendant of Capt. Simon Sartwell, of New Hampshire. 



102 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Daughter of Henry S. Sartwell and Kathrine B. Crozier, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Chester S. Sartwell and Ann Elizabeth Chapin, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Solomon Sartwell and Sally King, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Simon Sartwell.. 

Simon Sartwell, (1749-91), was lieutenant. Continental in- 
fantry, 1776; captain-lieutenant, 1777, and captain, 1780. He 
was born in Charlestown, N. H., where he died. 

Also Nos. 6599, 7295. 

MISS ELLEN M. BARKER. 22294 

Born in Auburn, New York. 

Descendant of Justin Leonard and of Timothy Barker. 

Daughter of Justin Leonard Barker and Frances Goodwin Bartlett, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Timothy Barker and Martha Leonard, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Barker and Irene Barker, his wife; 
Justin Leonard and Theodosia Leonard, his wife. 

Justin Leonard, (1763-1835), served several enlistments un- 
der different commands in the Massachusetts militia. He 
was born in Springfield, Mass. ; died in Sempronius, N. H. 

Timothy Barker, (1750-1833), served as a private from 
Branford, Conn., where he was born and where he died. 

Also Nos. 12405, 21379. 

MRS. HARRIET CLARENA CHAPPELL MENZIE. 22295 

Born in Auburn, New York. 

Wife of Herbert S. Menzie. 

Descendant of Lieut. Abel Wright, Capt. John Fassett and 
Capt. Jonathan Fassett. 

Daughter of Newton Chappell and Harriet Katherine Backus, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Hosmer Palmer Chappell and Mary Doane Wright, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Rev. Nathan Doane Wright and Esther Fassett, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abel Wright and Mary Doane, his wife; 
Jonathan Fassett and Mary Montague, his wife, m. 1764. 

Gr. -gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Fassett and Mary WoUey, his wife, 
m. 1741. 

Abel Wright, (1747- 1827), was placed on the pension roll of 



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Otsego Co., N. Y., 1818, for service of lieutenant in the New- 
Hampshire Line. He was born in Rutland, Vt. 

Also No. 21713. 

John Fassett, (1720-94), was chosen captain of the first mili- 
tia company of the town of Bennington and was a member of 
the first General Assembly of Vermont, 1778. He died in 
Bennington, Vt. 

Jonathan Fassett, (1745-1825), served on the Board of 
War of Vermont and in the Assembly. He was born in Bed- 
ford, Mass. ; died in Bakersfield, Vt. 

Also Nos. 18749, 19171, 19420. 

MISS EVELYN HEWSON HOLLISTER. • 22296 

Born in Auburn, New York. 

Descendant of Dr. Gideon Noble, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Alfred Newton Hollister and Mary Evelyn Parsons, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alfred W. Hollister and Julia E. Newton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Chester Hollister and Emeline Noble, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Gideon Noble and Lucy Wells, his wife. 

Gideon Noble, (1763-1807), enhsted, 1775, and served un- 
der different commands to the close of the war. He was born 
in Willington ; died in Glastonbury, Conn. 

Also Nos. 7696, 20196. 

MRS. NINA ROBINSON NOBLE. 22297 

Born in Auburn, New York. 

Wife of Charles A. Noble. 

Descendant of Philip Robinson, of New York. 

Daughter of Horatio Robinson, Jr., M. D., and Charlotte Marion 
Walker, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Horatio Robinson, M. D., and Mary Ann Robinson, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Philip Robinson and Mary Perry, his wife. 

Philip Robinson, (1760- 1843), was placed on the pension 
roll of Yates Co., N. Y., 183 1, for service of private in the 
militia. He was born in Attleboro, Mass. 

Also No. 18727. 

MRS. BESSIE MERRITT NEVILLE 22298 

Born in Portage, Wisconsin. 
Wife of Wm. H. Neville, M. D. 



I04 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Capt. John Zielley, of New York. 

Daughter of Ira Merritt and Anna Clement, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Clement and Christina Zielley, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Zielley and Nancy Markel, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Zielley and Elizabeth Eckerson, his 
first wife. 

John Zielley, (1743-1825), entered the service as lieutenant 
and captain in Col. Jacob Klock's Tryon county regiment. He 
was at Fort Keyser, 1780, when the Mohawk Valley was 
overrun by the British and Indians under Sir John Johnson. 
He was taken prisoner, 1781, and carried to Canada, where 
he suffered many hardships. He was born in Stone Arabia; 
died in Palentine, N. Y. 

Also No. 10557. 

MISS LOUISA VIRGINIA GORSE. 22299 

Born in Suffolk County, New York. 

Descendant of Ephraim Goss. 

Daughter of Rev. Charles Gorse and Eleanor Louisa Ireland, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Goss (1792-1876) and Mary Kirkland, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Goss (1768-1847) and Mary Lamont 
(1768-1844), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ephraim Goss and Prudence (1744-1818), 
his wife. 

Ephraim Goss served in the Berkshire county, Mass., mili- 
tia from Great Barrington and was at Valley Forge, 1778, 
under Capt. Josiah Jenkins. 

Also Nos. I'JZl^, 19382. 

MISS MINNIE SCOTT. 22300 

Born in Newburgh, New York. 

Descendant of Benjamin Harlow, of New York. 

Daughter of William T. Scott and Hannah C. Payne, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Payne and Debby Ann Watkins, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abel B. Watkins and Hannah Harlow, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Harlow and Hannah Horton, his 
wife. 

Benjamin Harlow, (1741-1824), served as a private in Capt. 
Phineas Rumsey's company. Col. Jesse Woodhull's regiment, 
1775. He was born in Goshen, N. Y., where he died. 



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MRS. EMMA CLARK PIKE LEVENGSTON. 22301 

Born in Saratoga Spa, New York. 

Wife of Harry M. Levengston, Jr. 

Descendant of Deacon James Conkey, Corp. Asa Conkey 
and David Bottum, Jr. 

Daughter of Lemuel Bush Pike and Mary EHzabeth Bottum, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Bishop Bottum and Zilpha Conkey (1794-1865), 
his wife. 

•Gr.-granddaughter of Jesse Bottum (b. 1762) and Betsey Bennett, 
his wife, m. 1784; Asa Conkey and Margaret Hamilton, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Bottum, Jr. ; James Conkey and Isa- 
bel McLancton, his wife. 

James Conkey, (171 1-95), served in the Hampshire county 
militia. He was born in Ireland ; died in Orwell, Vt. 

Also No. 1 5341. 

Asa Conkey served as corporal, 1777, to reenforce the north- 
ern army. He was born in Pelham, Mass.; died, 1804, in 
Plattsburg, N. Y. 

David Bottum, Jr., was a minute man at the Lexington 
Alarm from Norwich, Conn., where he was born. 

MRS. LAVINIA MEDBERY EDWARDS. 22302 

Born in Greenfield, New York. 

Wife of Gustavus Webster Edwards. 

Descendant of Col. Nathaniel Martin and of Anthony Mar- 
tin, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of William Anthony Medbery and Eunice Adelia Medbery, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Stephen Medbery and Lydia Martin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Anthony Martin (b. 1760) and Susanna Allen, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Martin and Susanna Kent, his 
wife, m. 1751. 

Nathaniel Martin, (1723-1806), was elected, 1776, colonel 
of Bristol county, Rhode Island militia. His son Anthony 
served in home defense. 

Also Nos. 12909, 18453, 19160. 

MISS ORCELIA A. RECORD. 22303 

Born in Soundlake, New York. 
Descendant of Corp. John Torrey and of Jonathan Giles. 
Daughter of Abdallah Record and Mary Ann Torrey, his wife. 



Ig6 daughters of the AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Torrey and Mary Giles, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of John Torrey and Ruth Tyrell, his wife; John- 
athan Giles and Elizabeth Stoddard, his wife. 

John Torrey, (1741-1823), served as private and corporal 
in the Berkshire county, Mass., militia. He was born in Mid- 
dletown, Conn. ; died in Richfield, N. Y. 

Jonathan Giles, (1735-1805), served at the alarms from 
Berkshire county, Mass. 

MRS. BLANCHE ANDREWS COPELAND. 22304 

Born in Ira, New York. 

Wife of Rev. Arthur Copeland. 

Descendant of Maj. Jonathan Horton, of New York. 

Daughter of Mason Giles Andrews and Joanna FoUett, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Isaac Follett and Penina Hunt, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Hunt and Margaret Horton, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Horton and Gertrude Purdy, his 
wife. 

Jonathan Horton, (1737-1827), commanded a company of 
Westchester county militia for the defense of the frontier. In 
1778 he was promoted major. He was born in Mount Pleas- 
ant ; died in White Plains, N. Y. 

Also Nos. 3648, 9996. 

MRS. KATHERINE GREENE GUSHING. 22305 

Born in Westfield, Massachusetts. 

Wife of George Harwood Gushing. 

Descendant of Sergt. Jeremiah Mcintosh, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of George Greene and Amanda Emery, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Emery and Nancy Mcintosh, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jeremiah Mcintosh and Susannah Blake, his 
wife. 

Jeremiah Mcintosh, (1751-1843), was placed on the pen- 
sion roll of Norfolk county for service of private and sergeant 
in the Massachusetts State troops and militia. He was born 
in Dorchester, Mass., where he died, 

MISS MARY EDITH TRAUTMAN. 22306 

Born in Lockport, New York. 
Descendant of John Brandt, of Pennsylvania; Philip Lan- 
sing, of New York. 



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Daughter of Peter Trautman and Catharine A. Quilhot, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Adam Trautman and Sophia Blosser (b. 1811), 
his wife; Thomas A. Hun Quilhot and Maria Lefler, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Blosser and Margaret Brandt (1788- 
1816), his wife; Harry Quilhot and Maria Lansing (b. 1771), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Brandt and Margaret Brandt, his wife; 
Philip Lansing and Elsie Hun, his wife, m. 1757. 

John Brandt, (1763-1833), served as a private in the Lan- 
caster county militia, 1779, under Capt. Samuel Patton and 
Col. William Chambers. He was born in Churchtown, Pa., 
where he died. 

Philip Lansing served as assistant State agent for purchas- 
ing supplies for the army. He was born, 1729, in Albany, 
where he died. 

MRS. MARIE COOKE LESSLIE. 22307 

Born in Owego, New York. 

Wife of Charles M. T. Lesslie. 

Descendant of Charles Cooke, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of William Thomas Cooke and Katherine Sweet, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Philip Cooke and Maria Emmeline 
Reynolds, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Philip Cooke and Hannah Thomas, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Charles Cooke and Anne Greene, his wife. 

Charles Cooke, (i 747-1817), although a Quaker, served in 
the militia. He was born in Scituate, where he died. 

Also Nos. 18761, 20089. 

MRS. CLEMENTINE CORYELL SHELDON HESS. 22308 

Born in Waverly, New York. 

Wife of Charles Frederic Hess. 

Descendant of Maj. John Coryell and of Judge Emanuel 
Coryell. 

Daughter of Charles H. Sheldon and Mary Barstow Coryell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Vincent Matthew Coryell and Rachel Lounsbury, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Emanuel Coryell and Frances Caldwell, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Coryell and Elisabeth Harvey, his 
wife. 

John Coryell, (1730-99), commanded a company of Bucks 
County Associators, 1775, was promoted major, 1777, and 



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served as quartermaster. He was born in New Market, N. 
J. ; died in Bucks Co., Pa. 

Also Nos. 9540, 13870, 14672, \'7^z- 

Emanuel Coryell, (1754-1835), served as forage master at 
Coryell's Ferry and supplied the army with forage as it crossed 
the Delaware before the battle of Monmouth. He was placed 
on the pension roll of Tioga Co., 1831, for service of forage 
master in the Continental Line. He was born in Amwell, N. 
J. ; died in Nichols, N. Y. 
Also No. 8153. 

MRS. JOSEPHINE A. MILLER. 22309 

Born in Deposit, New York. 

Wife of Benjamin Stevens Miller. 

Descendant of John Marshall, of New York. 

Daughter of John B. Bowen and Amelia J. Marshall, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Marshall, Jr., and Sarah Moore, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Marshall and Sarah Van Auller, his wife. 

John Marshall, (1756-1820), enhsted, 1775, and served in 
the army and navy. He was placed on the pension roll, 1818, 
for two years' actual service as a private in the New Hamp- 
shire Line. He died in Greenbush, Rensselaer Co., New 
York. His widow also received a pension. 

MRS. ABBIE CRANE PEABODY. 22310 

Born in Union, New York. 

Wife of Edwin W. Peabody. 

Descendant of Judge Stephen Crane, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Jason Crane and Sophia S. Cafferity, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Crane and Hetty Winans, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Crane, Jr., and Jane Harris, his second 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Crane and Phebe Crane, his wife. 

Stephen Crane, (1709-87), was a patriot of distinction who 
was captured as the British passed through Elizabethtown on 
the way to Springfield. They carried him a prisoner, pronged 
him with bayonets, causing wounds from which he never re- 
covered. The epitaph on his tomb tells how faithfully he 
filled "a seat in the Grand Council of the State." His sons and 
grandsons won faine in the war. 

Also No. 1 1 148. 



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MRS. CAROLYN SHULTS VAN ALSTYNE. 223 11 

Born in Utica, New York. 

Wife of John L. Van Alstyne, M. D. 

Descendant of Benjamin Lewis. 

Daughter of Casper Shults and Nancy Ockempaugh, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Ockempaugh and Polly Lewis, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Lewis and Polly Case, his wife. 

Benjamin Lewis, (1756-1838), served in Col. Elisha Shel- 
don's regiment of Connecticut dragoons. He was born in 
Hartford, Conn. ; died in Newark, N. Y. 

MRS. GRACE A. CLARK. 22312 

Born in Binghamton, New York. 
Wife of John P. E. Clark. 
Descendant of John Marshall, of New York. 
Daughter of Augustus L. Harding and Sarah M. Marshall, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Marshall, Jr., and Sarah Moore, his wife. 
See No. 22309. 

MRS. AUGUSTA CAMPBELL COBB. 22313 

Born in Mount Hope, New York. 

Wife of George N. Cobb. 

Descendant of Maj. Johannes Decker, of New York. 

Daughter of Archibald Campbell and Ann Eliza Van Etten, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Levi Van Etten and Eleanor Carpenter, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Carpenter and Margaret Decker, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Johannes Decker and Sarah Norris, his 
wife. 

Johannes Decker, (1735-1804), was major of the Goshen 

regiment under command of Col. William Allison. He was 

born in Deerpark, N. Y., where he died. 

MISS MARY ESTY STOWELL. 22314 

Born in Ithaca, New York. 
Descendant of Joel Lord, 

Daughter of Calvin S. Stowell and Amelia Esty, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John C. Stowell and Marietta Lord, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Harley Lord and Hetty Smith, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joel Lord and Jerusha Webster (sister of 
Noah), his wife. 



no DAUGHTERS OF THE) AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Joel Lord, (1754-1824), served in the Connecticut militia 
at Bunker Hill and in the defense of Boston. He was born in 
Salisbury, Conn. ; died in Danby, N. Y. 

MRS. ANNA ESTELLE BARNARD PORTER. 22315 

Born in Rochester, New York. 

Wife of Joseph H. Porter. 

Descendant of Brig. Gen, Joseph Badger. 

Daughter of Henry Barnard and Eugenia Davison, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Christopher C. Davison and Mary Eliza Badger, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Badger and Eliza M. Sterling, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Maj. Peaslie Badger and Lydia Kelley, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Badger and Hannah Pearson, 
his wife. 

Joseph Badger, (1722- 1803), served as muster master and 
as brigadier general of New Hampshire militia. 

Also Nos. 381 1, 10024, 17334. 18030, 19397, 21532. 

MRS. FANNY WAYNE CHAMBERS HOPKINS. 22316 

Born in Newton, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Robert E. Hopkins. 

Descendant of John Simpson, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Thomas Preston Chambers and Hannah Hough Barns- 
ley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Barnsley and Mary Hough, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Hough and Hannah Simpson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Simpson and Hannah Roberts, his 
wife. 

John Simpson, (1732-1804), was a delegate to the conven- 
tion, 1776, and served with the Associators at Brandy wine, 
Germantown and Valley Forge. He was born in Ireland; 
died in Bucks Co., Pa, 

MRS. HATTIE ELIZABETH ROBBINS. 22317 

Born in New York, N. Y. 
Wife of Howard Sumner Robbins. 

Descendant of Joseph Landers, Jr., and of Seth Landers. 
Daughter of John Landers and Catharine Kaufman, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Landers and Susan, his wife. 



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Gr.-granddaughter of John Landers and Mary, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Seth Landers and Susan, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Larimers, Jr., and Sarah, his wife. 

Joseph Landers, Jr., (1722-1801), was a member of the 
Assembly from Sharon, 1782. He was born in Wareham, 
Mass. ; died in Sharon, Conn. 

Seth Landers enhsted, 1777, as private in the Connecticut 
Line. He was born, 1756. 

MRS. HARRIET TERRY VAN DEUSEN. 22318 

Born in Harpersfield, New York. 

Wife of Columbus Van Deusen. 

Descendant of Capt. Andrew Reekie. 

Daughter of David Terry and Sally Reekie, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Andrew Reekie and Submit Mac Carney, his wife, 
m. 1782. 

Andrew Reekie, (1749-1817), served as private and sergeant 
at Fort Constitution. He was subsequently captain of bag- 
gage wagons in the quartermaster general's department. He 
was born in Scotland ; died in Stamford, N. Y. His widow 
received a pension for his five years' actual service. 

Also No. 16416. 

MRS. CHARLOTTE PRESTON REED. 22319 

Born in Kingston, New York. 

Wife of Charles Gordon Reed. 

Descendant of Adj. Amariah Preston. 

Daughter of Charles More Preston and Mary Hasbrouck, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Otis Monroe Preston and Susan Anne More, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Liberty Preston and Betsy Taylor More, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Maj. Gen. Otis Preston and Dorothy Knapp, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Amariah Preston and Susanah Wood, 
his wife. 

Amariah Preston, (1739- 1834), served on the staff of Col. 
Jonathan Holman when the Worcester Co., Mass., regiment 
marched at the Rhode Island Alarm. He was born in Ash- 
ford, Conn. ; died in Roxbury, N. Y. 

Also No. 1 1 190. 
9 



1 12 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MRS. FRANKIE MERRILL COCHRANE. 22320 

Born in Michigan City, Indiana. 

Wife of J. M. Cochrane. 

Descendant of David Southwick and of Jonathan Merrill. 

Daughter of Orsamus C. Merrill and Eliza A. Woodward, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Enos Merrill and Polly Southwick, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Merrill and Anna Gillet, his wife; 
David Southwick and Betsey Stacey, his wife, m. 1783. 
(Jl David Southwick, (1756-1841), served as a private in the 

Berkshire Co., Mass., militia. He was born in Adams, Mass., 
died in Perry's Mills, N. Y. 

Jonathan Merrill, (1760-1835), received a pension in Rut- 
land Co., Vt., as a private in the Connecticut Continental Line. 

22321 
MRS. LULA ELMIRA KNAPP CHURCHILL. 22322 

Born in Hart, Minnesota. 

Wife of George Silas Churchill. 

Descendant of Abraham Lighthall. 

Daughter of Nathan Knapp and Angeline Irene Green, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Esals Green and Ann Gibbs, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Gibbs and Lany Lighthall, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Lighthall. 

Abraham Lighthall served several enlistments in the New 
York militia. He was born, 1737; died in Herkimer Co., 
N. Y. 

MRS. HARRIET FOSTER GRAYDON WALTON. 22323 

Born in Indianapolis, Indiana. 

Wife of James Franklin Walton. 

Descendant of Mordecai McKinney and of Col. William 
Chambers, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Alexander Graydon and Mary Frances Foster, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alexander Graydon and Jane Chambers McKin- 
ney, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Mordecai McKinney, Jr., and Mary Chambers, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Mordecai McKinney and Agnes Bodine, his 
wife; William Chambers and Eleanor Talbot, his wife. 

Mordecai McKinney served as a private in the New Jersey 



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militia. He was born in New Jersey about 1750; died in 
Paxton, Pa. 

William Chambers, (1744-1809), was commissioned captain 
of the Cumberland County Associators and served as colonel 
at Trenton, Princeton, and in the defense of the frontier. 

Also Nos. 1 1 157, 17945, 21847. 

MRS. ETHEL WALTON ALBERT. 22324 

Born in Westwood, Ohio. 

Wife of Clifford E. Albert. 

Descendant of Mordecai McKinney and of Col. William 
Chambers, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of James Franklin Walton and Harriet Foster Graydon, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alexander Graydon and Mary Frances Foster, his 
wife. 

See No. 22323. 

MRS. ANNA BISSELL REID. 22325 

Born in Dubuque, Iowa. 

Wife of Alexander Reid. 

Descendant of Elijah Mather, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Elijah Mather Bissell and Julia Velona Alvord, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Josiah Bissell and Mary Strong Mather, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ehjah Mather and Mary Strong, his first wife. 

Elijah Mather, (1743-96), served in the dragoons under 
Maj. Elijah Sheldon. He was born in Windsor, Conn., where 
he died. 

Also No. 5358. 

MRS. ELIZABETH ERAZER. 22326 

Born in Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Widow of James A. Frazer. 

Descendant of Peter Wickersham, 

Daughter of John McCormick and Nancy Wickersham, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Peter Wickersham and Mary Platter, his wife. 

Peter Wickersham, (1756-1841), enlisted as a private in 
Capt. Zadock Wright's company of Pennsylvania militia and 
was^ wounded in service. He was born in Washington Co., 
Pa. ; died in Adams Co., Ohio. 



114 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MISS IRENE L. BISSELL. 22327 

Born in Sharon, Ohio. 

Descendant of Zebulon Bissell, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Erastus S. Bissell and Mary Ann More, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathaniel Bissell and Anna Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Bissell and Esther Benton, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Zebulon Bissell and Abigail Smith, his wife. 

Zebulon Bissell, (1724-77), served under Capt. Bezaleel 
Beebe in the defense of Fort Washington, where he was taken 
prisoner. After he was exchanged he died on his way home. 
He was born in Windsor. 

Also Nos. 4654, 7478. 

MRS. FREELOVE BURNETT. 22328 

Born in Green Bay, Wisconsin. 

Wife of R. P. Burnett. 

Descendant of Edward Spicer and of William Morgan, of 
Connecticut. 

Daughter of Hiram J. Ayres and Freelove Smith, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Stephen Ayres and Lucinda Spicer, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Minor Spicer and Cynthia Allyn, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Edward Spicer and Abigail Allyn, his second 
wife ; Ephraim Allyn and Temperance Morgan, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Morgan and Temperance Avery, 
his wife, m. 1744. 

Edward Spicer, (1721-97), enhsted, 1775, from Groton in 
Capt. Abel Spicer's company, Parsons' regiment. 

William Morgan, (1723-77), on account of ill-health, gave 
no military service, but contributed money. He was born in 
Groton, where he died. 

Also Nos. 9275, 17230, 21 141. 

MRS. JULIA BISSELL EBRIGHT. 22329 

Born in Sharon, Ohio. 
Wife of Leonidas S. Ebright. 
Descendant of Zebulon Bissell, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Erastus S. Bissell and Mary Ann More, his wife. 
See No. 22327. 

MRS. LOTTIE MELISSA MERRIAM HOUGHTON. 22330 

Born in Akron, Ohio. 
Wife of Harry Benjamin Houghton. 



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Descendant of Edward Spicer, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Flavel Merriam and Lucinda Ayres, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Stephen Ayres and Lucinda Spicer, his wife. 
See No. 22328. 

MRS. EVA PROCTOR HEINTSELMAN. 22331 

Born in Akron, Ohio. 

Wife of Albert Edward Heintselman. 

Descendant of Ensign John Perkins. 

Daughter of Henry William Proctor and Helen Golden, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ezra Day Golden and Harriet Day, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Golden and Mary Perkins, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of John Perkins and EHzabeth Herrington, 
his wife. 

John Perkins, (1749-1812), was ensign of the first com- 
pany of Foster, Rhode Island. He died in Burhngton Flats, 
N. Y. 

Also No. 9877. 

MRS. LORA STANDISH ALDEN KOHLER. 22332 

Born in Fitchburg, Massachusetts. 

Wife of George Coburn Kohler. 

Descendant of Capt. Nathan Alden and of Nathan Alden, 
Jr., of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Isaac Carey Alden and Emma Lilly Gifford, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Alden and Abby Gushing Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Alden and Clarissa Whitman, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Alden and Sarah Barrell, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Alden and Mary Hudson, his 
first wife, m. 1750. 

Nathan Alden, (1727-1807), was commissioned captain, 
1776, of the Plymouth county regiment. 

Nathan Alden, Jr., (1751-1842), served in the company of 
his father, 1776, and turned out at the Rhode Island Alarm, 
1780. He was born in Bridgewater, where he died. 

MRS. MINNIE MAUDE NASH RABE. 22333 

Born in Chatsworth, Illinois. 
Wife of James William Rabe. 
Descendant of John Means, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of Lieut. Sumner Nash and Rebecca Martha Means, his 
wife. 



Il6 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of John Alfred Means and Eliza Chapin, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Nathan Means and Elizabeth Cochran, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Means and Martha Ramsey, his wife. 

John Means, (1745-95), was a soldier in Brodhead's rifle 
regiment at the battles of Long Island, Trenton, Princeton, 
Brandywine and Germantown. He served in the southern 
campaign until the close of the war. He was born in Dau- 
phin Co., Pa., where he died. 

Also No. 6916. 

MRS. AMELIA PERRIN. 22334 

Born in Cleveland, Ohio. 

Wife of Jonathan Perrin. 

Descendant of Abraham Wightman. 

Daughter of Jacob Wilkeson and Sallie Wightman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Abraham Wightman and Catharine Randall, his 
wife. 

Abraham Wightman served under Capt. Nehemiah Water- 
man and in the company were his brothers, George, James and 
John. He was born in Colchester, Conn. ; died in Canada, 
1826. 

Also No. 191C9. 

MRS. EUGENIA PERRIN LONG. 22335 

Born in Perrysburg, Ohio. r 

Wife of John W. Long. 
Descendant of Abraham Wightman. 

Daughter of Jonathan Perrin and AmeHa Wilkinson, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Jacob Wilkinson and Sallie Wightman, his wife. 
See No. 22334. 

MRS. MARY W. N. PRATT. 22336 

Born in Cheshire, Massachusetts. 

Widow of Albert M. Pratt. 

Descendant of Capt. Shubael Wilmarth and of Daniel Wood, 
of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Isaac Wood Northup and Maria Brown, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Stephen Northup and Betsey Wood, his wife; 
Nicholas Brown and Dolly Wilmarth, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Daniel Wood and Rebecca Ingalls, his wife; 
Shubael Wilmarth and Mary Bosworth, his wife. 



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Shubael Wilmarth, (1739-1809), commanded a company of 
volunteers in Col. Joab Stafford's regiment at Bennington. 
He was born in Rehoboth; died in Adams, Mass. 

Daniel Wood, (i 749-1821), was a minute man in Capt. 
Daniel Brown's company at Bennington, where the Berkshire 
yeoman rendered valiant service. 

Also Nos. 22,T2>, 3040, 3217, 12151, 20001. 

xVLRS. ANNA BANCROFT KILBOURNE. 22337 

Born in Newark, Ohio. 

Wife of Col. James Kilbourne. 

Descendant of Capt. William Cooley, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Gen. George B. Wright and Hetta A. Taylor, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Spencer Wright and Abby Cooley, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Cooley and Sarah Mather, his wife. 

William Cooley, (1736- 1825), commanded a company, 1776, 
in Col. John Moseley's Hampshire county militia regiment at 
Ticonderoga and was wounded at White Plains. He turned 
out to reenforce the northern army, 1777. He died in Gran- 
ville, Mass. 

Also Nos. 4547, 16925, 18104. 

MRS. ALICE KILBOURNE JEFFREY. 22338 

Born in Columbus, Ohio. 
Wife of Robert Jeffrey. 
Descendant of Capt. William Cooley. 

Daughter of Col. James Kilbourne and Anna Bancroft Wright, his 
wife. 
See No. 22.ZZ1- 

MISS HELEN WRIGHT. 22339 

Born in Newark, Ohio. 
Descendant of Capt. William Cooley. 

Daughter of Gen. George B. Wright and Hetta A. Taylor, his wife. 
See No. '22zy7- 

MRS. ALICE WRIGHT EATON. 22340 

Born in Newark, Ohio. 
Wife of Frank Collins Eaton. 
Descendant of Capt. WilHam Cooley. 



Il8 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Gen. George B. Wright and Hetta A. Taylor, his wife. 

See No. 22337. 

MRS. MARY JANE WHITON HUBBARD. 22341 

Born in Lee, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Herman Milton Hubbard. 

Descendant of Sergt. Nathaniel Bassett, of Massachusetts 

Daughter of Lyman Whiton and Nancy Couch, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Whiton and Deborah Bassett, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Bassett and Bethia Smith, his wife. 

Nathaniel Bassett, (1758-1846), was placed on the pension 
roll of Berkshire Co., Mass., 183 1, for service of private, ser- 
geant and seaman in the Massachusetts State troops and navy. 
He was born in Sandwich; died in Lee, Mass. 

Also No. 2971. 

MRS. MARGARET KIRKER BEDWELL. . 22342 

Born in West Union, Ohio. 

Wife of Charles Edward Bedwell. 

Descendant of William Williamson, Thomas Williamson and 
Anne Newton Williamson. 

Daughter of William Williamson Kirker and Lucinda Ballard Nole- 
man, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Kirker and Esther Williamson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Wilhamson and Catherine Buford, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Williamson and Anne Newton, his 
wife. 

William Wilhamson, (1762-1839), enhsted from Hampden 
Sidney College to serve under Gates and was among those 
captured at Camden. He was born near Greenville, North 
Carolina; died near Manchester, Ohio. 

Also Nos. 9007, 12595. 

Thomas Williamson was a patriot of North Carolina, as was 
also his wife. Without compensation he repaired guns and 
she made clothmg and cooked provisions, which he carried to 
the soldiers of Gates's army. 

MRS. MARY ELIZABETH HARRISON. 22343 

Born in Martinsburg, Ohio. 
Wife of Eugene B. Harrison, M. D. 
Descendant of Gary McClelland. 



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Daughter of David Matthews McCann and Amy Bell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Bell and Elizabeth McClelland, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Gary McClelland. 

Gary McClelland, (1750-1846), was placed on the pension 
roll of Knox county, Ohio, 1831, for service of private in the 
Pennsylvania Continental Line. He was at Valley Forge and 
with Wayne at Stony Point. He was born in Scotland; died 
in Knox Co., Ohio. 

MRS. MILLEY COWDERY SCOTT. 22344 

Born in Chester, Ohio. 

Wife of James B. Scott. 

Descendant of Josiah Simpson. 

Daughter of Ethan Cowdery and Betsy Simpson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Josiah Simpson and Bathiah Sweat, his wife. 

Josiah Simpson, (1765- 1837), "^^^ placed on the pension 
roll of Meigs county, Ohio, 18 18, for service of private in the 
New Hampshire Continental Line. He was born in Notting- 
ham, N. H. ; died in Rutland, Ohio. 

MRS. FANNIE COFFROTH HUMPHREY. 22345 

Born in Franklin County, Ohio. 

Wife of Jarvis Scott Humphrey. 

Descendant of Conrad Coffroth. 

Daughter of John B. Cofifroth and Susan Bynner, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Coffroth and Mary Bashor, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Conrad Coffroth and Mary Snoterly, his wife. 

Conrad Cofifroth, (i 762-1 831), was placed on the pension 
roll ol Franklin Co., Pa., 1823, for service of fifer in the 
Maryland Continental Line. He died in Greencastle, Pa. 

MRS. JULIA CORNELL CALDWELL. 22346 

Born in Rensselaerville, New York. 

Wife of Patterson T. Caldwell. 

Descendant of Electus Backus. 

Daughter of Gideon Cornell and JuHa Ann Backus, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Electus Backus and Sabra Judson, his wife. 

Electus Backus, (1765-1813), enlisted at sixteen and served 
as a fifer in the Connecticut militia. He was born in Wood- 
bury, Conn. ; died in Sacket's Harbor, N. Y. 



I20 DAUGHTERS OF THE) AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MRS. CARRIE LA HALLE ADAMS HOOD. 22347 

Born in Weathersfield, Ohio. 

Wife of Frank Pierce Hood. 

Descendant of Asahel Adams. 

Daughter of Homer Sanford Adams and Elizabeth Kennedy, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Agustus Adams and Nancy Tylee, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Asahel Adams and Olive Avery, his wife. 

Asahel Adams, (1754-1818), enlisted, 1777, for three years 
in the Connecticut Continental Line. He was at Valley Forge, 
Monmouth, in the Rhode Island campaign and was honorably 
discharged, 1781. He was born in Connecticut; died in 
Trumbull Co., Ohio. 

Also No. 14358. 

MRS. ANNA LOUISE GUERARD McCOMB. 22348 

Born in Burlington, New Jersey. 

Wife of Robert Brice McComb. 

Descendant of Hon. John Dennis, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Peter Guerard and Harriet Dennis, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Richard Dennis and Harriet Eliza Duffield, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Dennis, Jr., and Mary Jacques, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Dennis and Mary Cossens, his wife. 

John Dennis, (1726-1806), served on the Committee of 
Safety and as a delegate from Middlesex county to the Pro- 
vincial Congress, 1776. In 1777 he was captured and con- 
fined for one year in the Provost jail. New York. When the 
British overran the colony his property was destroyed. He 
lived in New Brunswick seventy-nine years and is buried in 
Christ churchyard. 

Also No. 14235. 

MRS. CATHERINE BOWMAN REED. 22349 

Born in Mercer, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Joseph H. Reed. 

Descendant of John Bowman, of New York. 

Daughter of Samuel Bowman and Catherine Matilda Fleming, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Bowman (1792-1857) and Sarah Alex- 
ander, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Bowman and Catherine Stuart, his wife. 

John Bowman served in the Albany county militia. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 121 



MISS FLORENCE OGLE. 22350 

Born in Washington Court House, Ohio. 

Descendant of William Ogle, Stephen Yeomans, Col. 
Thomas Cresap and Daniel Cresap. 

Daughter of Alfred M. Ogle and Bertha Louise Yeomans, his wife. 

■Granddaughter of Enoch Ogle and Catherine McCartney, his wife; 
Samuel F. Yeomans and Asenath Nye, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of WilHam Ogle and Mary Cresap, his wife; 
Stephen Yeomans and Abigail Fountain, his wife. 

Gr. -gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Cresap and Ruth Van Swearingen, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Cresap and Hannah Johnson, 
his wife. 

William Ogle, (1755-1810), served as a private in the Cum- 
berland Co., Pa., militia. He died in Adams Co., Ohio. 

Stephen Yeomans, (1760-1829), served in the defense of 
the frontier in Capt. Thomas Hunt's company, Col. Frederick 
Wessenfel's regiment of New York militia. He died in In- 
diana. 

Also No. 12074. 

Thomas Cresap, (1702-88), w^as an organizer of the Sons of 
Liberty and an active patriot of Maryland. 

Daniel Cresap, (1727-98), served on the Committee of 
Safety of Maryland and was appointed to raise money. 

Also Nos. 1841, 2057, 20320. 

MISS ALFARETTA LOUISE OGLE. 22351 

Born in Washington Court House, Ohio. 
Descendant of William Ogle, Stephen Yeomans, Col. 
Thomas Cresap and Daniel Cresap. 
Daughter of Alfred M. Ogle and Bertha Louise Yeomans, his wife. 
See No. 22350. 

MISS CLIFFORD WARNOCK. 22352 

Born in Urbana, Ohio. 
Descendant of Maj. Thomas Smith. 

Daughter of Col. William R. Warnock and Kate Murray, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Rev. David Warnock and Sarah Hitt, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Rev. Samuel Hitt and Nancy Smith, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Smith and Elizabeth Reynolds, 
his wife. 
Thomas Smith served as lieutenant of Smallwood's Mary- 



122 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

land regiment, 1776, and as captain and major of the Flying 
Camp. He resigned, 1778. He was born in Maryland; died 
in Bourbon Co., Ky. 
Also No. 16648. 

22353 

MRS. BERNARDINE BARBOUR GRONDAHL. 22354 

Born in Toledo, Ohio. 

Wife of Einar L. Grondahl. 

Descendant of Ephraim Munson and John Adams. 

Daughter of Marcus Victor Barbour and Mary M. Wicker, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Erwin Loyal Barbour and Jane Eliza Adams, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Roswell Barbour and Aurelia Munson, his 
wife ; Robert Adams and Lucy Wright, his wife. 

Gr. -gr.-granddaughter of Ephraim Munson and Deborah Scott, his 
wife; John Adams and EHzabeth Cochran, his wife. 

Ephraim Munson, (1762-1834), was placed on the pension 
roll of Litchfield Co., for two years' actual service of private 
in the Connecticut Continental Line. 

John Adams, (1756-1838), enhsted, 1777, from London- 
derry in the New Hampshire militia to reenforce the Conti- 
nental army in opposing the march of Burgoyne. He died in 
Whitehall, N. Y. 

MRS. MARY HOWARD BAKER. 22355 

Born in Toledo, Ohio. 

Wife of Rufus Harold Baker. 

Descendant of Ambrose Redfield. 

Daughter of Nelson M. Howard and Jane Louise Redfield, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Redfield and Elizabeth Adams, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ambrose Redfield and Lois Baldwin, his wife, 
m. 1782. 

Ambrose Redfield, (1750-1830), served at the siege of Bos- 
ton in the Connecticut militia. He was born in Killingworth, 
Conn. ; died in Derry, N. H. 

MRS. MARIE SUYDAM BELL. 22356 

Born in Lebanon, Ohio. 
Wife of James B. Bell. 
Descendant of Judge Francis Dunlevy. 

Daughter of Frank Dunlevy Suydam and Mary Wright, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Simon Suydam and Sarah Maria Dunlevy, his wife. 



LINEAGE BOOK. I23 



Gr.-granddaughter of Anthony Howard Dunlevy and Lucinda Cor- 
win, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Francis Dunlevy and Mary Craig Carpenter, 
his wife. 

Francis Dunlevy, (1761-1839), when a lad enlisted as a pri- 
vate and served as sergeant of volunteers, 1782. He was 
born in Winchester, Va., removed to the Northwestern Terri- 
tory and compiled the first constitution of Ohio and was the 
first Federal judge. He died in Lebanon. 

MISS ELIZABETH WESTON MACLAREN. 22357 

Born in Toledo, Ohio. 

Descendant of Hon. Benjamin Tusten and of Capt. Christo- 
pher Van Duzer, of New York. 

Daughter of Reeve Maclaren and Margaret Moore, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Maclaren and Harriet Reeve, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Selah Reeve and Elizabeth Van Duzer, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Christopher Van Duzer and Julia Tusten, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Tusten and Julia Conkling, 
his wife. 

Benjamin Tusten, (1716-96), was a member of the Provin- 
cial Congress from Goshen, 1775-77, ^^^ served on war com- 
mittees. He was born in Southold, L. I. ; died in Goshen, N. 
Y. His son Benjamin was killed at Minisink. 

Christopher Van Duzer, (1743-18 12), was captain of militia 
at Fort Montgomery, 1777. He was born in Cornwall, N. Y. ; 
died in New Windsor. 

Also Nos. 3704, 10805, 18911, 19012. 

MISS HELEN SUYDAM. 22358 

Born in Toledo, Ohio. 
Descendant of Judge Francis Dunlevy. 

Daughter of Frank Dunlevy Suydam and Mary Wright, his wife. 
See No. 22356. 

MISS MARY GRACE CORBIN. 22359 

Born in Wilmington, Ohio. 
Descendant of Abraham Ellis. 
Daughter of Henry Clark Corbin and Francis Strickle, his wife. 



124 DAUGHTERS OP THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Granddaughter of Abraham ElHs Strickle ad Caroline Goodwin, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Strickle and Ann Ellis, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Ellis and Katherine Joel, his wife. 

Abraham Ellis, (1750- 1837), was placed on the pension roll, 
1832, for service of private in the Pennsylvania State troops. 
He was at Long Island, Germantown, Valley Forge and York- 
town. He was born in Hanover, Pa. ; died in Clinton Co., 
Ohio. 

Also Nos. 9957, 10198, 14555, 20649. 

MRS. LIBBIE ISENHAUER ERASER. 22360 

Born in Columbiana, Ohio. 

Wife of Dr. George Eraser. 

Descendant of Frederick Isenhauer. 

Daughter of John England Isenhauer and Mary Belton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John E. Isenhauer and Mary England, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Frederick Isenhauer and Hannah, his wife. 

Frederick Isenhauer served as a private in the Pennsylvania 
Line and was killed at the battle of Germantown. He was 
born in Holland. 

MRS. CLARA G. TAGG BREWER. 22361 

Born in Greenville, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of A. T. Brewer. 

Descendant of Ensign David Lillie. 

Daughter of John Heighton Tagg and Laura Ann Lillie, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Lillie and Clarissy (Clara) Eddy, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David LilHe and Huldah Blodgett, his wife. 

David Lillie, (1742-1827), served as ensign in the Eighth 
Company, Seventh Connecticut Regiment. He was bom in 
Lebanon, Conn. ; died in Bethel, Vt. 

MRS. CARRIE M. BROWN. 22362 

Born in Cleveland, Ohio. 
Wife of Alexander Ephraim Brown. 
Descendant of Jerome Clark. 

Daughter of James Barnett and Maria H. Underbill, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Melancthon Barnett and Mary Clark, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Jerome Clark and Anna Pinneo, his first wife. 
Jerome Clark, (1756-1850), served at the Lexington Alarm, 



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Bunker Hill, siege of Boston and White Plains. He was 
placed on the pension roll of Otsego Co., N. Y., 1818, for ser- 
vice of private in the Connecticut Line. He died in Cherry 
Valley, N. Y. 
Also Nos. 9789, 12152. 

MRS. MARY GROVER KIMBALL. 22363 

Born in Guilford, Maine. 
Wife of LaFayette Kimball. 
Descendant of WilHam Grover, of Maine. 
Daughter of Zebulon Parsons Grover and Mary Morgan (1795- 
1857), his wife, m. 1817. 

Granddaughter of William Grover and Abigail Parsons, his wife, 
m. 1782. 

William Grover, (1755-1816), enlisted "at nineteen, served 
as soldier, seaman and steward; was taken prisoner and ex- 
changed, 1777. He was born in Gloucester, Mass.; died in 
Maine. 

MISS ELIZABETH DO AN SPRAGUE. 22364 

Born in Cleveland, Ohio. 

Descendant of Lieut. Peter Roberts. 

Daughter of Alonzo Wellington Sprague and Helen M. Walters, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Peter Walters and Susan Norcross, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Walters and Susan Roberts, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Peter Roberts and Jane Baker, his wife. 

Peter Roberts, (1750-1804), served under Col. Ethan Allen 
in the capture of Ticonderoga. He was at Bennington and 
Saratoga and at the close of the war was lieutenant of Green 
Mountain Boys in Col. Seth Warner's regiment. He died in 
Plattsburg, N. Y. 

Also No. 15371. 

MRS. CORA SPRAGUE MILLARD. 22365 

Born in Putnam County, Missouri. 
Wife of William C. Millard. 
Descendant of Lieut. Peter Roberts. 

Daughter of Alonzo Wellington Sprague and Helen M. Walters, 
his wife. 

See No. 22364. 



126 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MRS. FLORA MARIETTE SMITH GILCHRIST. 22366 

Born in Cleveland, Ohio. 

Wife of Frank R. Gilchrist. 

Descendant of Samuel Smith, Lieut. John Curtis, Sergt. 
Samuel Beard and William Richardson. 

Daughter of Stiles Curtiss Smith and Catherine Gleason, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Smith, Jr., and Caroline Curtiss, his wife; 
Moses Gleason and Polly Richardson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Smith and Sarah Lewis, his wife; 
Stiles Curtis and Sarah Beard, his wife; William Richardson and 
Nancy Montgomery, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Curtis and Mary Shelton (1747-1825), 
his wife, m. 1768; Samuel Beard. 

Samuel Smith, (1762-1845), when a lad served in the 
Fourth Regiment and in 18 18 was placed on the pension roll 
of New Haven county, Conn., for service of private in the 
Connecticut Continental Line. 

Also No. 5298. 

John Curtis, (1745-1825), was lieutenant of Light Dragoons 
in the invasion of Tryon. He was born in Stratford, Conn., 
where he died. 

Also Nos. 10734, 19061. 

Samuel Beard served as sergeant in the Connecticut militia 
under Capt. Joseph Birdsey. He was born in Stratford, 1734. 

William Richardson, (1754-1831), served in the militia and 
as a sailor. He was placed on the pension roll of Saratoga 
county, N. Y., 1818, for service of private in the Rhode Island 
Line. 

Also Nos. 10738, 17796. 

MRS. ANNA K. SMITH ABBOTT. 22367 

Born in Cleveland, Ohio. 
Wife of Henry Stanley Abbott. 

Descendant of Samuel Smith, Lieut. John Curtiss, Sergt. 
Samuel Beard and William Richardson. 
Daughter of Stiles Curtiss Smith and Catherine Gleason, his wife. 
See No. 22366. 

MRS. MARY IDA ODELL ROBINSON. 22368 

Born in Cleveland, Ohio. 
Wife of James A. Robinson. 



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Descendant of Capt. Jacob Allen and of Sergt. Jacob AT 
Jr., of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Jay Odell and Mary Packard, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Packard and Mary Allen (1787-1883), his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Allen, Jr., and Susanna Alden (b. 1766), 
his wife, m. 1784. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Allen and Abigail Bailey, his wife, 
m. 1762; Ezra Alden (1732-70) and Rebecca Keith, his wife, m. 1756. 

Jacob Allen, (1739-77), served as lieutenant, 1775, and 
commanded a company of Continental infantry when killed 
at Bemus Heights. He was born in Bridgewater, Mass. 

Jacob Allen, Jr., (1763-1836), served as fifter with his 
father and was with him at Saratoga. At the close of the war 
he held the rank of sergeant. 

MISS ELIZABETH GEARY. 22369 

Born in Columbus, Ohio. ^^ 

Descendant of Ensign John Palmer. '\ 

Daughter of Richard Harding Geary and Frances Haynes, his*' wife. 

Granddaughter of John Peck Haynes and Mary Ann Morgan, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elisha Morgan and Lydia Palmer, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Palmer and Mary Hill, his wife. 

John Palmer, (1757- 1843), served several enlistments un- 
der different commands and received a pension, 1833, for ser- 
vice in the New York Line. 

Also No. 10212. 

MRS. GEORGIANA CRARY PRENTICE. 22370 

Born in Lexington, Kentucky. 

Wife of Dr. Noyes Billings Prentice. 

Descendant of Capt. Daniel Holbrook, Jr., of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Oliver A. Crary and Mary M. Holbrook, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Holbrook (b. 1781) and Mary Howe, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Holbrook, Jr., and Anne Hitchcock, his 
wife, m. 1766. 

Danisl Holbrook, Jr., (1747-1813), commanded a company 
of militia and also gave valuable civil service. He was born in 
Derby, Conn., where he died. 

Also Nos. 9538, 10891, 1 1788, 19805. 
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-<.S. AURELIA CRARY TOWNE. 22371 

Born in Painesville, Ohio. 
Wife of Orrin Charles Towne. 

Descendant of Capt. Daniel Holbrook, Jr., of Connecticut. 
Daughter of OHver A. Crary and Mary Holbrook, his wife. 
See No. 22370. 

MRS. CORA BOWLER MALONE. 22^2 

Born in Cleveland, Ohio. 
Wife of M. J. Malone. 

Descendant of Lieut, Gideon Root, Nathan Barber, Capt. 
Nathan Barber, Jr., Capt. Ebenezer Sheldon, Charles Bowler, 
Amos Pendleton, Israel Harmon, Col. George Irish, Isaac 
Page and William Pendleton. 
Daughter of Noadiah Potter Bowler and Arvilla M. Root, his wife. 
Granddaughter of George Irish Bowler and Susan Barber, his wife; 
Jeremiah Root, Jr., and Huldah Harmon (1801-76), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Charles Bowler and Rebecca Irish (1760-1838), 
his wife; Nathan Barber, Jr., and Mary Pendleton (1758-1818), his 
wife; Jeremiah Root (1765-1815) and Lucretia Page (1770-1846), his 
wife; Ebenezer Harmon (1776-1826) and Mary Sheldon (1779-1852), 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of George Irish and Sarah Babcock, his wife; 
Nathan Barber and Thankful Maxson, his wife ; Amos Pendleton and 
Susan Cheseborough (1732-68), his wife; Gideon Root and Huldah 
Nelson, his wife; Isaac Page and Abigail Barnes, his wife; Israel 
Harmon and Elizabeth Kent Pomeroy, his wife; Ebenezer Sheldon 
and Huldah Hanchett (1755-91), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Pendleton and Lydia Burrows, 
his first wife. 

Gideon Root, (1735-1804), served as sergeant and Heuten- 
ant in the Massachusetts militia. He was born in Southwick, 
Mass., where he died. 

Nathan Barber, (1732-1816), served as deputy to the As- 
sembly and as commissary of military stores. He was born 
in Hopkinton ; died in Westerly, R. I. 

Nathan Barber, Jr., (1759-1835), was chosen captain of 
the Senior Class company of militia, 1780. He was born in 
Westerly, where he died. 

Ebenezer Sheldon. (1754-1825), was captain of minute men 
at the Lexington Alarm. This commission is in the family. 
He was born in Sheffield, Conn. ; died in Aurora Ohio. 



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Charles Bowler, (1756- 1808), served in the Army of 
servation. He was born in Newport ; died in Hopkinton, R. i 

Also Nos. 12426, 19304. 

Amos Pendleton, (1728-1821), served in the Reformadors 
at the alarms. He was bom in Westerly, R. I., where he died. 

Also Nos. 8177, 15472, 2071 1. 

Israel Harmon, (1753-1831), was a private in Capt. John 
Harmon's company which occupied Boston after the evacua- 
tion. He was born in Suffield, Conn., where he died. 

George Irish, (i 739-1801), served in the Assembly from 
Newport county, and was colonel of militia. He was born in 
Middletown, where he died. 

Isaac Page was a minute man from Londonderry at the 
Lexington Alarm. He removed to Southwick, Mass., where 
he died in 18 16. His son Isaac served in the militia. 

William Pendleton, (1704-86), who had served in the early 
wars, was a member of war committees of Westerly. 

MRS. MARIA SANFORD BURKE. 22373 

Born in Cleveland, Ohio. 

Wife of Clarence Elisha Burke. 

Descendant of Capt. Samuel Cherry. 

Daughter of William Henry Hayward and Jane Elizabeth Willis, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of WilHam WilUs and Susan Ann Hopkins, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Hopkins and Susan Cherry, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Cherry and Ann Wallace, his wife. 

Samuel Cherry, (1756-1825), enlisted at nineteen, from 
Londonderry, N. H., for service in Canada. He was pro- 
moted lieutenant, 1776; captain, 1779, and retired, 1783. He 
died in Oswego Co., N. Y. 

Also Nos. 13852, 14520. 

MRS. DELIA BULKLEY HOLDEN WHITE. 22374 

Born in Cleveland, Ohio. 
Wife of Windsor T. White. 

Descendant of Lieut. John Holden, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Liberty Emory Holden and Delia Elizabeth Bulkley, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Liberty Holden and Sally Cox Stearns, his wife. 



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Gr.-granddaughter of Peter Holden and Hannah Watts, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Holden and Mary Knight, his wife. 

John Holden, (1738-1828), served as lieutenant in the 
Massachusetts militia at the battle of Butts Hill, Rhode Island, 
1778. He died in Otisfield, Maine. His widow at the age of 
ninety-five received a pension for his service. 

Also Nos. 3340, 12430. 

MRS. MARTHA HEGEMAN COOPER. 22375 

Born in New York, N. Y. 

Widow of James Start Cooper. 

Descendant of Thomas Campbell, of New York. 

Daughter of George Washington Hegeman and Elizabeth McCready, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Andrew McCready and Jane Campbell, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Campbell and Jemimah Oakley, his 
wife. 

Thomas Campbell served in the Dutchess county militia. 

MRS. ROMELIA M. OUAYLE. 22-^-]^ 

Born in Dover, Ohio. 

Widow of William H. Quayle. 

Descendant of David Foote and of Capt. Divan Berry, Jr., 
of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Lyman Perry Foote and Ruth Berry Smith, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Foote and Dema Perry, his wife; Syl- 
vanus Smith and Roxa Rich, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Foote and Betsey HamHn, his wife; 
David Rich and Ruth Berry, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Divan Berry, Jr., and Lydia Yale, his wife. 

David Foote, (1760-185 1-4), served at various alarms in 
the Berkshire county militia, 1777-80. He was born in Lee, 
Mass. ; died in Dover, Ohio. 

Divan Berry, Jr., (1735-83), served as ensign at the Lexing- 
ton Alarm, as lieutenant in the New York campaign, 1776. 
He was appointed by the Assembly, 1778, captain of the Sixth 
Company. He was born in Wallingford ; died in Meriden. 

Also Nos. 2501, 10348, 16606. 

MRS. MARTHA ANN BENTON. 22^ 

Born in Willoughby, Ohio. 
Wife of Lucius Augustus Benton. 



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Descendant of Edward Halstead. 

Daughter of Abner Leslie and Catherine Brush, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Edward Brush and Martha Halstead, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Edward Halstead and Martha Ferguson, his 
wife. 

Edward Halstead, (1750-1837), served as a private in the 
Third Regiment New York mihtia. He was born in Rock- 
land Co., N. Y. ; died in Willoughby, Ohio. 

MRS. FRANCES PARSONS WAITE. 22378 

Born in Granville, Massachusetts. 

Widow of Henry W. Waite. 

Descendant of Lieut. David Parsons, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Dennis Parsons and Minerva Meachem, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joel Parsons (b. 1768) and Phoebe Robinson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Parsons and Rebecca Robinson, his wife. 

David Parsons, (1735-1820), served in the Massachusetts 
mihtia. He was born in Durham, Conn., removed to Gran- 
ville, Mass., 1763, where he died. 

Also No. 19457. 

MRS. JULIA P. LINNELL McKINNEY. 22379 

Born in Elyria, Ohio. 

Wife of Price McKinney. 

Descendant of Sergt. Samuel Poppleton. 

Daughter of Thomas H. Linnell and Zeda Cora Poppleton, his wife, 
m. 1855. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Poppleton (1793-1864) and Julia A. Smith, 
his second wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Poppleton and Caroline Osborne (1778- 
1842), his wife. 

Samuel Poppleton, (1748- 1832), was placed on the pension 
roll of Ohio, 1831, for service of private and sergeant in the 
Vermont Line. He was born in Pownal, Vt. ; died in Belle- 
ville, Ohio. 

MRS. MARY A. PRENTICE DUNKLEE. 22380 

Born in Cleveland, Ohio. 
Wife of Charles A. Dunklee. 
Descendant of Capt. Daniel Holbrook, Jr., of Connecticut. 



132 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Noyes Billings Preentice and Georgiana Crary, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Oliver A. Crary and Mary Holbrook, his wife. 
See No. 22370. 

MRS. ROSE DOUGLAS BRABSON BULLARD. 22381 

Born in Chattanooga, Tennessee. 

Wife of William Robert Lee Bullard. 

Descendant of Lieut. Alexander Keith and of Hon. William 
Douglas, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Reese Bowler Brabson and Sarah Maria Keith, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Fleming Keith (1780-1865) and Elizabeth 
Douglas Hale, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Alexander Keith and Mary Gallihue Thornton, 
his wile; Philip Hale and Catherine Douglas, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Douglas and Elizabeth Offutt, his 
wife. 

Alexander Keith served as lieutenant of the Sixth Virginia 
Regiment commanded by Col. William Russell, 1777. He 
died in 1824, in Mississippi, 

William Douglas although too old for field duty, was an 
active organizer and served as sheriff of Loudon county, 
vi^here he died in 1783. He was born in Ayr, Scotland. 

Also Nos. 265, 14444, 15948, 19564. 

MRS. JANE G. H. WEBBER. 22382 

Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 
Wife of George E. Webber. 
Descendant of Peter Slater. 

Daughter of George C. Howard and Christianna McConnell, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William H. Howard and Elizabeth Ann Slater, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Peter Slater and Zilpha Chapin, his wife. 

Peter Slater, (1760-1831), served as matross in Crane's 
artillery, 1777-80. He was in many battles; taken prisoner 
at Stony Point and confined in the Sugar House, N, Y. He 
died in Worcester, Mass. 

MRS. MARTHA OSTHEIMER McILVAIN. 22383 

Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Maurice Ostheimer. 

Descendant of Abraham Robinson, of Delaware. 
Daughter of J. Gibson McTlvain and Elizabeth M. Mcllvain, his wife. 



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Granddaughter of Abraham Robinson Mcllvain and Anna G. Mul- 
vaney, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Mcllvain and Mary Robinson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Robinson and Sarah Penrose, his 
wife. 

Abraham Rcbinson, (1741-87), served as member of As- 
sembly, on the Committee of Safety and on the committee to 
adjust war accounts. He died in Newcastle Co., Delaware. 

MISS GRACE K. TULLY. 22384 

Born in Medina, New York. 

Descendant of John Howell, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of William K. Tully and Susanna Geassarrh White, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William S. White and Mary Cieassarrh Brakeley, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Matthias Brakeley and Huldah Howell, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Howell, Jr. (1765-1848), and Mary 
Geassarrh, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Howell and Naomi Hart, his wife. 

John Howell, (1727-79), served as a private in the Hunter- 
don county militia. 

Also Nos. 8590, 12440, 14757, 17807. 

MISS HULDAH B. WHITE. 22385 

Born in Analomink, Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of John Howell. 

Daughter of William S. White and Mary Geassarrh Brakeley, his 
wife. 
See No. 22384. 

MRS. MARY SMITH WILSON. 22386 

Born in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of James Dale Wilson. 

Descendant of Joseph Williams, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Thomas Smith and Margaret J. Beck, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Smith and Rachel Williams, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Williams, Jr., and Letitia Sutton, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Wilhams and Rachel Thompson, 
his wife. 



134 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Joseph Williams served as a drummer in the militia. He 
died near Danville, N. J. 

MRS. MARY SLINGLUFF BOYD. 22387 

Born in Norristown, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Howard Boyd. 

Descendant of Christopher Ottinger, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of John Slingluff and Wilhelmina Gilbert, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William H. Slingluff and Mary Knorr, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Matthias Knorr and Mary Keyser, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Derick Keyser and Rachel Ottinger, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Christopher Ottinger and Mary Groat- 
house, his wife. 

Christopher Ottinger, (1720- 1802), contributed forage and 
horses for the patriot army. He was born in Springfield 
township, where he died. 

Also No. 20690. 

MRS. CLARA BARR DEANS. 22388 

Born in Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Wife of John Sterling Deans. 

Descendant of Capt. James Ward, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Lewellyn Barr and Mary Elizabeth Bringhurst, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Barr and Phoebe Ward, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Col. William Ward and Rebecca Anderson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Ward and Phoebe Lockhart, his wife. 

James Ward commanded a company of Botetourt county 
militia at Point Pleasant, 1774, under Gen. Andrew Lewis. 
The allied Indians were driven back and seven captains were 
killed in this bloody battle. He was buried on the field and 
his grave is unknown. 

Also Nos. 3956, 6961, 7470, 1 1528, 15562. 

MRS. ABIGAIL DICKINSON DREER READ. 22389 

Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Dr. Frank Read. 

Descendant of William Annin, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of Frederick Annin Dreer and Louisa Greble, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Ferdinand Julius Dreer and Abigail Dickinson 
Annin, his wife. 



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Gr. -granddaughter of Alexander Annin (b. 1766) and Margaret Mil- 
ler, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Annin and Sarah Ross (d. 1777), 
his wife, m. 1749. 

William Annin, (1713-84), was a member of the Committee 
of Correspondence of Somerset county and served in the Leg- 
islature. He contributed generously to the patriot cause, and 
his wife nursed the soldiers quartered on their farm, con- 
tracted small-pox and died of the disease. 

Also Nos. I23S5, 17674, 19340. 

MRS. MATILDA CLARK BARNES LUKENS. 22390 

Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Charles Morton Lukens. 

Descendant of Lieut. Jeremiah Clark. 

Daughter of William Wesley Barnes and Matilda Clark, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jeremiah Clark, Jr., and Matilda De Ford, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaugTiter of Jeremiah Clark and Elizabeth Field (d. 1813), 
his wife. 

■ Jeremiah Clark, (1744-1803), served as lieutenant of Essex 
county, New Jersey militia. The gun he carried is still in the 
family. 

MRS. LIZZIE G. COREY GERRY. 22391 

Born in Brookline, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Frederick R. Gerry. 

Descendant of Capt. Timothy Corey, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Timothy Corey and Sarah Elizabeth Strout, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Timothy Corey, Jr., and Mary Gardner, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Corey and Elizabeth Griggs, his wife. 

Timothy Corey, (1742-1811), served as sergeant at the 
Lexington Alarm and as captain in Col. Samuel Gerrish's 
regiment, 1775. He was born in Grafton; died in Brookline. 

Also No. 18519. 

MISS RUTH SNYDER. 22392 

Born in Pottsville, Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Jeduthan Tower. 

Daughter of Benjamin Cummings Snyder and Emma Tower, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Charlemagne Tower and Amelia Malvina Bartle, 
his wife. 



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Gr.-granddaughter of Reuben Tower and Deborah Taylor Pierce, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jeduthan Tower and Mary Smith, his wife. 

Jeduthan Tower, (1756-1817), served in the Massachusetts 
militia from Sudbury, where he was born. 

Also Nos. 7572, 10779, 1 1 144, 13731, 16598. 

MRS. ELLEN PAGE BUTCHER. 22393 

Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Henry C. Butcher. 

Descendant of Thomas Page, Standish Forde, Barnet Han- 
sell and William Sutton. 
Daughter of Joseph French Page and Ellen Forde Hansell, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Gilbert Page (1784-1862) and Atlantic French, his 
wife; William Sutton Hansell (1787-1872) and Elinor Forde (1799- 
1868), his wife, m. 1812. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Page and Alice Scott (b. 1744), his 
wife, m. 1767; Barnet Hansell and Sarah Turner Sutton (1760-93), his 
wife; Standish Forde and Sarah Britton, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Sutton and Sarah Turner (1730- 
97), his wife, m. 1753. 

Thomas Page served as a private in the New Jersey militia. 
He was born in Burlington, 1745. 

Standish Forde, (1759- 1806), was a private in Capt. Laza- 
rus Pine's company. Col. Sharp Delaney's regiment. He was 
born in Philadelphia, where he died. 

Barnet Hansell, (1759-1809), served as a private in the 
Philadelphia city militia, 1781. He is buried in St. Peter's 
graveyard, Philadelphia. 

William Sutton, (1727-78), was a private in Capt. Robert 
Patton's company and was killed at the battle of Monmouth. 
Also Nos. 14394, 19500- 

MISS EMMA AUGUSTA KOCH. 22394 

Born in Erie, Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Capt. John Marshall, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of Moses Koch and Matilda Ulman, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Simon Ulman and Sarah Moyer, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Moyer and EHzabeth Marshall, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Marshall and (Hannah) Jane Baldwin, 
his wife. 
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Washington county, Pa., for two year's actual service of a 
captain in the Pennsylvania Line. He was born in Dauphin 
Co., 1749. 

MRS. MARY ENSIGN GOULD. 22395 

Born in Sheridan, New York. 

Wife of Edward Powell Gould. 

Descendant of Otis Ensign. 

Daughter of Daniel Patrick Ensign and Louisa Howe Beebe, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Seth Ensign and Sally Gould, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Otis Ensign and Mary Patrick, his wife. 

Otis Ensign, (1762-1855), at the age of sixteen, lost his 
father at the massacre of Wyoming. He enlisted in the militia 
and was placed on the pension roll of Chautauqua Co., N. Y,, 
1832, for two years' actual service as a private in the Con- 
necticut Line. He was born in New Hartford, Conn. ; died 
in Sheridan Co., N. Y. 

Also No. 20060. 

MISS EDWINA ENSIGN GOULD. 22396 

Born in Erie, Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Otis Ensign, 

Daughter of Edward Powell Gould and Mary Ensign, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Daniel Patrick Ensign and Louisa Howe Beebe, 
his wife. 

See No. 22395. 

MRS. EMMA McSPARREN LOCKE. 22397 

Born in Erie, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Philip Aubin Locke. 

Descendant of Capt. Bradford Steele and of Bradford 
Steele, Jr., of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Clark McSparren and Mary A. Jones, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Chester B. Jones and Sarah Steele, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Bradford Steele, Jr., and Ruth Wheeler, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Bradford Steele and Mary Perkins, his wife. 

Bradford Steele, (1735-1804), served as lieutenant at the 
siege of Boston and commanded minute men when Tryon in- 
vaded the colony. He was a member of various patriotic 
committees. He was born in Derby, where he died. 



138 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Bradford Steele, Jr., (1762-1841), enlisted at fifteen; was 
captured and suffered from imprisonment. He was placed 
on the pension roll of New Haven county, 1831, for service 
of private in the Connecticut Line. 

Also Nos. 3488, 5937, 1 1395, 15400, 16087, 18156. 

MRS. NOVA M. FINNEY STERNER. 22398 

Born in Dewart, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Lloyd Parvin Sterner. 

Descendant of Lieut. Lazarus Finney, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of David Finney and Margaretta Gerringer, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Finney and Susan Baush, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Lazarus Finney and Elizabeth Fulton, his first 
wife. 

Lazarus Finney, (i 751- 1833), served as lieutenant in the 
Chester County Associators, and was at Trenton under Gen. 
James Irvine. He was born in New London, Pa., died in 
Northumberland Co., Pa. 

MISS MARY S. LAWRENCE. 22399 

Born in Erie, Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of David Shannon, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Col. John J. Lawrence and Anna Elizabeth Watson, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of David Corry Watson and Margaret Wilson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Wilson and Jane Shannon, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Shannon and Jane Sample, his wife. 

David Shannon, (1757-1811), served as a private in the 
Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Lancaster county; 
died in Northumberland county. 

MISS ELEANOR GRAY HANNA. 22400 

Born in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Hon. Hugh Alexander, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of James Patterson Hanna and Caroline Rowland, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Hugh Rowland and Hannah Evans, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of James Evans and Emily Alexander, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Hugh Alexander and Lettus Thompson, his 
second wife. 
Hugh Alexander, (1724-77), was a member of Assembly, a 



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delegate to the Constitutional convention and signed the 
Declaration of Rights. He died in Philadelphia during a 
session of Assembly. 

Also Nos. 11306, 14390. 

MRS. MARY JOSEPHINE SCOTT McNAUGHER. 22401 

Born in Alleghenj^, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of David White McNaugher. 

Descendant of Thomas Ross, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Robert A. Scott and Martha T. Stewart, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hamilton Stewart and Nancy Scott Dinsmore, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Henry Dinsmore and Sarah Ross, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Ross and Jane Miller, his wife. 

Thomas Ross, (1738-1813), served as a matross in the Phil- 
adelphia artillery and was so severely wounded at the battle 
of Saratoga that he could give no further active duty. His 
flour mills were a source of supply for the patriots. He was 
born in Chester; died in Pittsburg, where members of the 
family still live in the old home. 

Also No. 14850. 

MISS FRANCES CORNISH. 22402 

Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Charles Fausset, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Yeoman R. Cornish and Margaret Freymuth, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin E. Freymuth and Ann Fausset, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Charles Fausset and Margaret Flowers, his 
wife. 

Charles Fausset, (1754-97), served as a private in the As- 
sociators of Lancaster county. 

MISS ARABELLA BERTHA CRANE. 22403 

Born in Lacon, Illinois. 

Descendant of Capt. Richard Abbe, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Henry Wilcox Crane and Arabella Tryphosa Parsons, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. Benjamin Booth Parsons, D. D., LL. D., and 
Arabella Buckingham, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Plyn Parsons and Tryphosa Booth, his wife. 



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Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Booth and Tryphosa Abbe (b. 1762), 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Richard Abbe and Mary Bement (1738- 
1821), his wife. 

Richard Abbe, (1735-1807), served as lieutenant of militia 
in the Lexington Alarm, as ensign Connecticut Continental 
Line, 1777, and resigned, 1778. He was appointed by the 
Assembly, 1779, captain of the Third Company of militia. 
He was born in Enfield, where he died. 

MRS. JENNIE M. MURPHEY. 22404 

Born in Ogdensburg, New York. 
Wife of Abner Greer Murphey. 
Descendant of Capt. Richard Abbe. 

Daughter of Rev. Benjamin Booth Parsons, D. D., LL. D., and Ara- 
bella Buckingham, his wife. 
See No. 22403. 

MRS. MARY SELFRIDGE LUDERS. 22405 

Born in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Thomas L. Luders, Jr. 

Descendant of Lieut. Jacob Levan, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Matthew Motherwell Selfridge and Mary Cornelia 
Selfridge, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Matthew Selfridge and Hannah Levan, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Levan and Rose, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Levan and Catherine Wink, his wife. 

Jacob Levan served as lieutenant in the Berks county militia, 
1777, under Capt. George Kemp. He is buried on a farm 
near Kutztown. 

Also No. 20685. 

MRS. KATHLEEN SELFRIDGE MACFARLANE. 22406 

Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Charles William Macfarlane. 
Descendant of Lieut. Jacob Levan. 

Daughter of WiUiam Wilson Selfridge and Maria Henrietta Wilson, 
his wife. 
Granddaughter of Matthew Selfridge and Hannah Levan, his wife. 
See No. 22405. 



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MRS. HELEN ELIZABETH LATTA OBDYKE. 22407 

Born in Sadsbury, Pennsylvania. 
Wife of B. F. Obdyke. 

Descendant of Rev. James Latta, D. D., and of Col. Samuel 
John Atlee, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of William Sutton Latta, M. D., and Margaret Eckert 
Whitehill, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. James Latta and Jane Sutton, his wife; 
Samuel Atlee Whitehill and Margaret Douglass Wilson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Latta, D. D., and Mary MacCalla, his 
wife; John Sanderson Whitehill and Mary Ann Atlee, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel John Atlee and Sarah Richardson, 
his wife. 

James Latta, (1732-1801), served as private and chaplain 
in the Lancaster county militia. He was born in Ireland. 
Also No. 9829. 

Samuel John Atlee, (1739-86), was colonel of the musket 
battalion of Pennsylvania militia at the battle of Long Island, 
where he was wounded and taken prisoner. When ex- 
changed, 1778, he was elected to the Continental Congress and 
held high civil positions until his death. 
Also Nos. 3140, 11266, 21788. 

MISS LAURA ROWEN. 22408 

Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Michael Collar and of Christopher Rowen, 
of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of William Rowen, Jr., and Kate Carlin, his wife. 

Granddaughter of WilHam Rowen and Catherine Shillingsford, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Henry Rowen and Elizabeth Collar, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Christopher Rowen; Michael Collar and 
Ann, his wife. 

Michael Collar, (1754-1817), served as fifer and drummer 
in 1777 in the militia. He was born in Philadelphia, where 
he died. 

Christopher Rowen, (1740-1837), enhsted in 1776; was at 
Long Island, Brandy wine, Germantown, Monmouth and 
Yorktown, as a private in the Pennsylvania Line. He died 
near Philadelphia. 



142 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



MRS. MARY E. F. WHITE BALBIRNIE. 22409 

Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of C. D. B. Balbirnie. 

Descendant of John Tice and of John Elwell, of New Jersey 

Daughter of William M. B. White and Marj^ E. Elwell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Smith Elwell and Ellen Anderson Tice, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Charles Elwell and Barbara Smith, his wife; 
Richard Howell Tice and Hannah Ware, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Alexander Elwell and Elizabeth Craft 
Howes, his wife ; John Tice and Eleanor Anderson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Elwell and Abigail Sawtelle, his 
wife. 

John Tice, (1756-1830), was a minute man at the battles of 
Brandywine and Germantown. He was born in Wilham-- 
town, N. J., where he died. 

John Elwell, (1717-89), served in the Salem county militia 
He died in Pittsgrove, N. J. 

MRS. MARTHA AREY GREENE. 22410 

Born in Coloma, IlHnois. 

Wife of Merritt Greene. 

Descendant of Sergt. David Brown, of Maine. 

Daughter of Richard Arey and Martha Davis, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Reuben Arey and Sally Brown (1779-1846), his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Brown and Rachel Cahoon, his wife. 

David Brown served in the Massachusetts militia and rose 
to the rank of sergeant. He was born in Eastham, Mass., 
1756; died in Buxport, Maine. 

224 II 

MRS. ADA LANGWORTHY BURDICK. 22412 

Born in Westerly, Rhode Island. 
Wife of George N. Burdick. 

Descendant of Thomas Sisson, of Rhode Island. 
Daughter of Robert Henry Langworthy and Susan Jenette Potter, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Langworthy and Lois Sisson, his wife.^ 
Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Sisson and Abigail Cottrell, his wife. 



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Thomas Sisson, (1754-1841), was placed on the pension 
roll, 1833, for eighteen months' service as a private in the 
Rhode Island Line. He was born in Westerly, where he died. 

MRS. ADELINE WHEELER BURDICK STANTON. 22413 

Born in Hopkinton, Rhode Island. 

Wife of William H. Stanton. 

Descendant of Isaac Wheeler. 

Daughter of Welcome Clark Burdick and Adeline Wheeler, his wife^ 

Granddaughter of Timothy Swan Wheeler and Lucy Grant, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Wheeler and Ruth Swan, his wife. 

Isaac Wheeler, (i 747-1 831), enlisted in the first call for 
troops and served under Lieut. Col. Christopher Lippitt, in 
Rhode Island, 1776. He was in the Pennsylvania campaign 
at Brandywine, and with him was his son Isaac as a fifer. He 
was born in Stonington, Conn., where he died. 

Also Nos. 6459, 16013. 

MRS. GEORGIE SHELDON LANGWORTHY. 22414 

Born in Gloucester, Rhode Island. 

Wife of Albert H. Langworthy. 

Descendant of Capt. Timothy Wilmarth, Jr., of Rhode 
Island. 

Daughter of George Ware Sheldon and Ann Cady, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jeremiah Sheldon and Sarah Wilmarth, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Wilmarth and Nancy Aldrich, his 
first wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Wilmarth, Jr., and Thankful 
Steere, his wife. 

Timothy Wilmarth, Jr., (1744-1813), commanded a com- 
pany at the battle of Rhode Island and served under Sullivan 
in his expedition. He was delegate to the Assembly from 
Gloucester, where he was born and where he died. 

Also No. 21796. 

MRS. SARAH SHELDON LOVELAND. 22415 

Born in Cranston, Rhode Island. 
Wife of John Loveland. 

Descendant of Capt, Timothy Wilmarth, Jr. 
Daughter of Jeremiah Sheldon and Sarah Wilmarth, his wife. 
See No. 22414. 
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144 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MISS AMELIA POTTER. 22416 

Born in Westerly, Connecticut. 

Descendant of Lieut. Elias Sanford Palmer, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Joseph Henry Potter and Rhoda Ann Langworthy, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Thompson Potter and Mary Palmer, his 
wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Luther Palmer and Sarah Kenyon, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elias Sanford Palmer and Phoebe (Pal- 
mer), his first wife. 

Elias Sanford Palmer, (1743-1821), served as lieutenant at 
the battle of Long Island, in Wadsworth's brigade. He was 
born in Stonington, Conn., where he died. 

Also Nos. 15287, 17550. 

MRS. TACIE ELIZABETH LARKIN STILLMAN. 22417 

Born in Hopkinton, Rhode Island. 

Wife of A. R. Stillman. 

Descendant of Capt. John Greene, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Thomas T. Larkin and Tacy Lucinda Greene, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. John Greene and Elizabeth Wells, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Greene and Prudence Saunders, his sec- 
ond wife, m. 1775. 

John Greene, (1744-1830), who had served in the early wars, 
was with the Rhode Island troops at the battle of Monmouth. 
He was born in Hopkinton, where he died. 

MISS LUCY GRANT WHEELER. 22418 

Born in North Stonington, Connecticut. 
Descendant of Lieut. Isaac Wheeler, 

Daughter of Timothy Swan Wheeler and Lucy Grant, his wife. 
See No. 22413. 

MRS. ELLEN MARIA BALLOU GROUT. 22419 

Born in Cumberland, Rhode Island. 
Widow of Henry Martin Grout. 

Descendant of Joseph Cushman, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Eliab Metcalf Ballou and Mary Ann Cushman, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Joseph Cushman and Nancy Robinson Sheldon, his 
wife. 
Joseph Cushman, (1755-1845), served several enlistments 



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under different commands. He was placed on the pension 
roll, 1832, for thirteen months' actual service of private. He 
was born in Attleboro, Mass., where he died. 

MISS KATE HAMMOND PRICE. 22420 

Born in Charleston, South Carolina. 

Descendant of Col. Samuel Hammond. 

Daughter of Thomas M. Price and K. Virginia Hammond, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Abner Lewis Hammond and Katherine Mary 
Barsh, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Hammond and Eliza Amelia O'Keefe, 
his wife. 

Samuel Hammond, (1757- 184.2), rose from captain of vol- 
unteers, 1775, to colonel of cavalry, 1783. He was born in 
Richmond county, Va. ; died in Augusta, Ga. 

Also Nos. 81, 3262, 19102. 

MISS MARY ISABEL PRICE. 22421 

Born in Charleston, South Carolina. 
Descendant of Col. Samuel Hammond. 

Daughter of Thomas M. Price and K. Virginia Hammond, his wife. 
See No. 22420. 

MRS. ROBERTA L. HALL MILES. 22422 

Born in Bloomfield, Kentucky. 

Wife of Dr. John Allen Miles. 

Descendant of Capt. William Hall and of Dr. John Ernest 
Poyas, of South Carolina. 

Daughter of Rev. Thomas Hall, D. D., and Julia Emma Smith, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. William Hall (1789-1867) and Anne Poyas 
(1799-1863), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of WilHam Hall and Anne Wilson (1763-1850), 
his wife; John Earnest Poyas, Jr. (1768-1836), and Catharine Smith, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Ernest Poyas and Rachel Bourget, his 
wife. 

William Hall, (1757-1814), was captain of the sloop of war 
**Notre Dame" which captured sixty-three prizes. He was 



146 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

wounded, taken prisoner and confined fifteen months in St. 
Augustine. 

John Ernest Poyas, (1730-86), served as surgeon, was taken 
prisoner and confined in St. Augustine. 

MRS. JANE MARTIN BELL POSEY. 22423 

Born in Fairfield, South Carolina. 

Wife of Mason Ashby Posey. 

Descendant of David McCalla, Mary Nixon McCalla and 
Edward Martin, of South Carolina. 

Daughter of John P. Bell and Isabella Hemphill Caldwell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Bell and Jane Martin, his wife; William 
Caldwell and Bethia Hemphill McCalla, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Edward Martin and Mary Aiken, his second 
wife; James McCalla and Bethia Hemphill, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David McCalla and Mary Nixon, nee Adair, 
his wife. 

David McCalla, (1754-1826), served through the war as a 
private and was at the battle of Eutaw Springs. His wife 
was a heroine of the Revolution. 

Also Nos. 1 1 323, 21804. 

Edward Martin, (1758-1813), served with Sumter in the 
partisan warfare of South Carolina. He was captured by the 
Tories and his rescue by his own men reads like a romance. 

MRS. JOSEPHA BELL GASTON. 22424 

Born in Fairfield County, South Carolina. 
Wife of Joseph Lucius Gaston. 

Descendant of David McCalla, Mary Nixon McCalla and 
Edward Martin. 
Daughter of John P. Bell and Isabella Hemphill Caldwell, his wife. 
See No. 22423. 

MISS EVA RAYMOND FRAZER HUGHES. 22425 

Born in Charleston, South Carolina. 
Descendant of Napthali Raymond and of John Frazer, of 
South Carolina. 

Daughter of William Norton Hughes and Mary Geraldine Frazer, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Peronneau Frazer (1805-73) and Hannah 
Pratt Raymond, his second wife. 



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Gr.-granddaughter of John Milligan Frazer (d. 1820) and Rebecca 
Ripley, his wife; Napthali Raymond and Rebecca Stevens, his wife, 
m. 1788. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Frazer and Martha MiUigan, his wife. 

Napthali Raymond, (1764-1844), volunteered at sixteen and 
received a pension for over eighteen months' service in the 
Connecticut militia as private and matross. He served on the 
ship "Fortune" at the close of the Revolution and was a 
veteran of three wars. He was born in Norwalk, Conn., re- 
moved to South Carolina, 1820, and died in Charleston, S. C. 

John Frazer came from Scotland, when a boy, and settled in 
South Carolina. He was a member of the artillery when 
killed at the battle of Beaufort, 1779. His son and grandson 
were hereditary members of the Ancient Artillery Society, of 
Charleston. 

MRS. CORNELIA MASSEY MOBLEY. 22426 

Born in York County, South Carolina. 

Wife of Edward B. Mobley. 

Descendant of William Massey, of South Carolina. 

Daughter of John Massey and Elizabeth Johnston, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Massey and Mary Sykes, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Massey. 

William Massey was among the Whigs who were trans- 
ported, 1780, to St. Augustine, by the order of Lord Com- 
wallis, after the battle of Camden. He was born in Wax- 
haws, Lancaster Co., S. C. 

MRS. ALINE MOBLEY GREENE. ♦ 22427 

Born in York County, South Carolina. 
Wife of Gilbert Greene. 
Descendant of William Massey. 

Daughter of Edward Mobley and Cornelia E. Massey, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Massey and Elizabeth Johnson, his wife. 
See No. 22426. 

MRS. CHARLOTTE NICHOLSON CAMPBELL. 22428 

Born in Columbia, Tennessee. 
Wife of Josiah William Campbell. 
Descendant of Maj. Gen. Israel Putnam. 



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Daughter of Hunter Nicholson and Charlotte Putnam Stone, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Col. Augustus Stone and Charlotte Loring Putnam, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Waldo Putnam and Charlotte Loring, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Col. Israel Putnam and Sarah Waldo, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Israel Putnam and Hannah Pope, his 
wife. 

Israel Putnam, (1718-90), was one of the four major gen- 
erals first appointed by Congress and the only one whose con- 
firmation was unanimous. The record of this gallant, ro- 
mantic and dauntless officer is a brilliant page in history. 

Also Nos. 188, 1205, 2091, 3285, 4155, 7651, 8276, 9193, 10006, 12286, 
15536, 16202, 17297, 18050. 

MISS CAROLINE HARE DOUGLASS. 22429 

Born in Tennessee. 

Descendant of Maj. George Little and of Col. Philemon 
Hawkins, Jr., of North Carolina. 

Daughter of Col. Henry Leigh Douglass and Lucy Davis Little, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Person Little, Jr., and Caroline Hare, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Person Little and Anne Hawkins, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of George Little and Mary Anne Person, his 
wife; Philemon Hawkins, Jr., and Lucy Davis, his wife. 

George Little, (1730- 1800), served in the militia of North 
CaroHna. He died in Warren Co., N. C. 

Philemon Hawkins, Jr., (1752- 1833), gave valuable civil 
and military service. He died in Pleasant Hill, N. C. 

MRS. KATHERINE TAYLOR GRAVES. 22430 

Born in Paris, Tennessee. 
Wife of Joseph Edgar Graves. 
Descendant of Col. Hugh Montgomery. 

Daughter of Stacker James Taylor and Emma Ledbetter, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William Ledbetter and Adaline Welburn, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of James Welburn and Rebecca Montgomery, his 
wife. 



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Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Hugh Montgomery and Kathrine Sloan 
Moore, his wife. 

Hugh Montgomery, (1720-79), was a member of the Pro- 
vincial Congress and of the Committee of Safety, 1775. He 
was appointed captain of Marines, 1776; promoted colonel 
and served until his death. He was born in Londonderry, 
Ireland; died in Salisbury, N. C. 

Also Nos. 6433, 20739, 21812. 

MRS. EULA SMITH MILLER. 22431 

Born in Prattville, Alabama. 
Wife of William Phipps Miller. 

Descendant of Capt. Thomas Ayer and of James McGee. 
Daughter of James McGee Smith and Caroline McWilliams, his wife. 
See No. 22432. 

MRS. AMANDA SMITH WILLIAMS. 22432 

Born in Prattville, Alabama. 

Wife of Nicholas McLaren Williams. 

Descendant of Capt. Thomas Ayer, and of James McGee, 
of South Carolina. 

Daughter of James McGee Smith and Caroline Madeline McWilliams, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. John Smith and Margaret Ann McGee (d. 
1866), his wife, m. 1820. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James McGee and Elizabeth Ayer, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Ayer and Sarah Malone, his wife. 

Thomas Ayer when urged to take the oath of allegiance to 
England and thus save his property, replied, "It is not a ques- 
tion of property but of liberty." He commanded a company 
and was such a dangerous Whig that Lord Rawdon offered 
fifty guineas for him dead or alive. He was once captured 
but high water prevented the Tories recrossing the Pedee and 
he was rescued by his brother Hartwell. He was born in 
Ireland, located in Virginia, emigrated to the Pedee, 1758, 
where in 1781 he died. 

Also No. 4765. 

James McGee was a private under General Francis Marion. 

22433 



150 daughth:rs of the ami^rican revolution. 

MRS. KATHARINE R. T. STORIE. 22434 

Born in Goshen, Indiana. 

Wife of James Storie. 

Descendant of Gideon Richmond, of Massachusetts, and 
Timothy Dawson, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Louis D. Thomas and Amelia Richmond, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. Judah Learning Richmond and Julia Anne 
Meloy, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Rev. Edmund Richmond and Ruth Learning, 
his wife; Henry Meloy and Anne Dawson, his wife. 

See No. 22922. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Gideon Richmond and Hannah Richmond, 
his wife. 

Gideon Richmond, (1735-1801), served as a private in the 
miHtia. He was born in Taunton; died in Berkshire, Mass. 

Also Nos. 7358, 9371, 20294. 

MRS. ANNA NEILSON GILLESPIE WATKINS. 22435 

Born in Kingston, Tennessee. 

Wife of Arthur Perrin Watkins. 

Descendant of Col. George Gillespie, Alexander McEwen 
and Margaret Houston McEwen. 

Daughter of George T. Gillespie (1812-60) and Margaret A. McEwen, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Gillespie (1764-1836) and Anna Neilson, 
his wife; John T. McEwen and EHzabeth Stevenson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Gillespie and Elizabeth Allen, his second 
wife; Alexander McEwen and Margaret Houston, his wife. 

George Gillespie, (1735-1820), was a patriot for whom Fort 
Gillespie was named and where the Whigs found refuge. 

Alexander McEwen was a defender of Fort Houston, as 
was also his wife who was a fine shot. 

Also Nos. 17307, 18965, 21811. 

MISS ELIZA CROSTHWAIT. 22436 

Born in Iowa City, Iowa. 

Descendant of Capt. Hardy Murfree, Judge John Williams 
and Col. Robert Burton. 

Daughter of George Divers Crosthwait and Eliza Frances Burton, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Frank Nash Williams Burton and Lavinia Bem- 
brey Murfree, his wife. 



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Gr. -granddaughter of Robert Burton and Agatha Williams, his wife; 
Hardy Murfree and Sallie Brickell, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Williams and Phebe Pugh, his wife. 

Hardy Murfree, (1752-1809), was captain in the Second 
North Carolina Regiment at Brandywine, Monmouth, and 
led the attack at Stony Point. For bravery in the field the 
State presented him with a sword. He was born in Hertford 
Co., N. C. ; died in Tennessee. 

Also Nos. 4258, 13746, 19481. 

John Williams was a member of the Continental Congress, 
1777, and one of the first judges under the State Constitution 
of North Carolina. He was born in Hanover Co., Va., re- 
moved to Granville Co., N. C, where he died, 1799. 

Robert Burton, (1747-1825), gave distinguished service in 
the militia of North Carolina, where he removed in 1775. 
He was born in Mecklenburg Co., Va. ; died in Granville Co., 
N. C. 

Also No. 21938. 

MRS. HELEN MINGE TAYLOR. 22437 

Born in Mobile, Alabama. 

Wife of Gus F. Taylor. 

Descendant of Gov. Benjamin Harrison, of Virginia. 

Daughter of William Henry Harrison Minge and Mary Gladden, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Collier Harrison Minge and Anna Maria Ladd, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Minge and Sarah Harrison, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Harrison and Elizabeth Basset, 
his wife. 

Benjamin Harrison, (1726-91), was a delegate to the first 
and second Continental Congresses and a signer of the Decla- 
ration of Independence. He was a friend of the Commander- 
in-Chief and twice governor of the Commonwealth. 

Also Nos. 155s, 2452, 3751, 51 IS, 6063, 1 1596, 13246, 17486. 

MRS. DAISY CANTRELL POLK. 22438 

Born in Little Rock, Arkansas. 
Wife of Lucius Junius Polk. 

Descendant of Capt. Stephen Cantrell, and of Rev. Asa 
Harrell. 



152 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of William Armour Cantrell, M. D., and Ellen Maria Har- 
rell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Stephen Cantrell, Jr., and Juliet Ann Deaderick 
(Wendel), his wife; Rev. Samuel Harrell and Ellen Catherine Col- 
lins, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Cantrell and Mary Blakemore, his 
wife; Asa Harrell and Rachel Beeman, his wife. 

Stephen Cantrell, (1758-1827), was employed by the Con- 
tinental Commissioners of North Carolina and was captain 
of the guard. He received a grant of land, 1788, which was 
located in Davidson Co., Tenn. He was born near .\bingdon, 
Va. ; died in Sumner Co., Tenn. 

Also Nos. 1776, 6978, 14237, 17850, 21809. 

Asa Harrell (1762- 1842), served in the militia under Gen. 
Horatio Gates in the Carolinas. He was born in Gates, N. C. 

Also Nos. 1776, 3955, 6978. 

MRS. JULIA WOOD EDSON. 22439 

Born in Brandon, Vermont. 

Wife of Melzar Edson. 

Descendant of Lieut. John Mott. 

Daughter of Elijah Wood and Thirza Scofield, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Frederic Scofield and Mary Mott, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Mott and Mary Bowley, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Bowley and Elizabeth Hopkins, 
his wife. 

John Mott, (1748-1831), was placed on the pension roll of 
Knox Co., Ohio, 1818, for service of lieutenant in the New 
Hampshire Continental Line. He was born in Richmond, 
Mass. ; died in Mount Vernon, Ohio. 

MRS. SUSAN BANNISTER KEYES, 22440 

Born in Pownal, Vermont. 

Wife of Samuel Keyes. 

Descendant of Thomas Bannister, of Vermont. 

Daughter of Thomas Bannister and Lydia Downer (1785-1861), his 
wife. 

Thomas Bannister, (1759- 1824), was placed on the pen- 
sion roll of Bennington Co., Vt., 1818, for service of private 
in the Massachusetts militia. He was born in Brookfield, 
Mass. ; died in Pownal, Vt. 

Also No. 21356. 



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MRS. EMILY FRANCES COLE WILLIAMS. 22441 

Born in Warren, Rhode Island. 

Wife of Nathan Gallup Williams. 

Descendant of Benjamin Cole, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Edmund Cole and Olive Maria Wheeler, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Luther Cole and Sallie Salisbury, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Cole and Sarah Luther, his wife. 

Benjamin Cole, (1759- 1837), was placed on the pension roll 
of Bristol Co., 1831, for service of private in the Rhode Island 
militia. 

MRS. SARAH T. ALLEN LEAVENWORTH. 22442 

Born in Hadley, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Philip Reynolds Leavenworth. 

Descendant of Corp. David Stockbridge, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of George Dwight Allen and Martha Hitchcock Smith, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Edmund Smith and Sarah Cook, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Sereno Smith and Elizabeth Stockbridge, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Stockbridge and Patience Bartlett, 
his wife. 

David Stockbridge, (1749- 1832), turned out from Hadley 
as corporal in Capt. John Thompson's company to reenforce 
the northern army. He died in Hadley, Mass. 

Also Nos. 4927, 9906, 1 1843. 

MRS. CLARA M. CHILDS. 22443 

Born in Waitsfield, Vermont. 

Wife of Asaph P. Childs. 

Descendant of Lieut. Joseph Huntoon. 

Daughter of Rev. Levi Huntoon Stone and Lucy Laton Holbrook, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Col. John Stone and Betsey Huntoon, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Huntoon and Sarah Davis, his wife. 

Joseph Huntoon, (1731-1812), served as lieutenant at Still- 
water where he was wounded. He was enrolled under Col. 
Alexander Scammel and served to the close of the war. He 
was born in Kingston, N. H. ; died in Danville, Vt. 



154 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MRS. EMILY SANFORD BRAINERD. 22444 

Born in Orwell, Vermont. 

Wife of Charles Nelson Brainerd. 

Descendant of Elias Bascom, James Conkey, Asa Conkey, 
Ebenezer Hulburd, and Daniel Sheldon, 

Daughter of William Riley Sanford and Emily Bascom, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Clark Sanford and Rebecca Conkey, his wife; 
Dorus Bascom (1774-1841) and Chloe Hulburd (1778-1851), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Asa Conkey and Margaret Hamilton, his wife; 
Elias Bascom and Eunice Allen, his wife; Ebenezer Hulburd and 
Mary Sheldon (1747-88), his first wife, m. 1772. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Conkey and Isabel McLancton, his 
wife; Daniel Sheldon and Mary Harmon, his wife, m. 1737. 

See No. 22301. 

Elias Bascom, (1738-1833), served in the Massachusetts 
militia under Capt. Samuel Merriman and was at the sur- 
render of Burgoyne. He was born in Hatfield, Mass. ; died 
in Orwell, Vt. 

Also No. 168. 

Ebenezer Hulburd, (1747-1819), was a minute man in Capt. 
Daniel Smith's company of Vermont militia. He was born in 
Enfield, Conn. ; died in Orwell, Vt. 

Also Nos. 1 5341, 20624. 

Daniel Sheldon, (1715-98), served as a private in the Con- 
necticut militia in the Burgoyne campaign. He was born in 
Deerfield, Mass. ; died in Suffield, Conn. 

MRS. SARAH MATHEWS SEELY. 22445 

Born in New Haven, Vermont. 

Wife of Henry M. Seely. 

Descendant of Maj. Benjamin Nye, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Amos Mathews and Susan Barnaby, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Barnaby and Rebecca Nye, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Nye and Lucretia Perry, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Nye and Susan Phinney (i735- 
1822), his wife. 

Benjamin Nye, (1735-1816), served as lieutenant, 1776, and 
as captain of the Worcester county militia at the Bennington 
Alarm, 1777. He was promoted second major, 1779. He 
died at Barre Plains, Mass. 



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MRS. MARY BROWNELL THORP. 22446 

Born in Williston, Vermont. 

Wife of Ervin H. Thorp. 

Descendant of John Forbes, of Vermont. 

Daughter of Chauncey Wells Brownell and Martha Maeck Van Sick- 
len, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Aaron Brownell and Zerviah Forbes, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Forbes and Ruth Merrill, his wife. 

John Forbes, (1752-1835), served several enlistments under 
different commands and was placed on the pension roll of 
Chittenden Co., Vt., 183 1, for service of private in the Con- 
necticut militia. He died in Williston, Vt. 

MRS. LORETTA SIDLE BLISS. 22447 

Bom in Dillsburg, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Christopher A. Bliss. 

Descendant of Capt. Abraham De Huff, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Jacob K. Sidle and Margaret De Huflf, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry G. De Huff and Sarah Brown, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abraham De Huff, Jr., and Ann Elizabeth Sit- 
ter, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abraham De Huff and Mary Finch, his wife. 

Abraham De Huff, (1735-1821), commanded a company, 
Continental Line, in Atlee's musketing battalion of the Flying 
Camp, He was taken prisoner at Fort Washington, 1776, 
and not exchanged until 1778. He died in Lancaster, Pa. 

Also Nos. 6833, 16954, 18932. 

MRS. JENNIE G. BACON. 22448 

Born in Concord, New Hampshire. 

Wife of H. E. Bacon. 

Descendant of Richard Ayer, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of John Hatch George and Susan Brigham, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Levi Brigham and Nancy Ayer, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Richard Ayer and Susanna Sargeant, his wife. 

Richard Ayer was a minute man from Bradford at the Lex- 
ington Alarm. He was born in Haverhill, Mass., 1757; died 
in Concord, N. H. 



156 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MRS. NANNIE C. DORSET. 22449 

Born in Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Rev. Charles P. Dorset. 

Descendant of Robert Fruit, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Joseph Hammer and Nancy Brice, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Brice and Mary Fruit, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Fruit and Catherine McClure, his wife. 

Robert Fruit, (1732-1820), was chairman of the Committee 
of Safety of Northumberland county, 1776, and 1777 was 
elected a member of the Assembly. He was born in Ireland; 
died in Derry, Pa. 

Also Nos. 10572, 11821, 12451. 

MISS HELEN DORSET. 22450 

Born in Willimette, Illinois. 
Descendant of Robert Fruit. 

Daughter of Rev. Charles P. Dorset and Nannie Hammer (Colwell), 
his wife. 
Granddaughter of Joseph Hammer and Nancy Brice, his wife. 
See No. 22449. 

MISS MARIAN DORSET. 22451 

Born in Chicago, Illinois. 
Descendant of Robert Fruit. 

Daughter of Rev. Charles P. Dorset and Nannie Hammer (Colwell), 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Hammer and Nancy Brice, his wife. 
See No. 22449. 

MRS. MATTIE CULVER VAN OSTRAND. 22452 

Born in Berlin, Wisconsin. 

Wife of Edwin H. Van Ostrand. 

Descendant of Christopher Champlin, Geor^^e Champlin, 
Asa Champlin, Simon Chapman and Capt. Ebenezer Witter. 

Daughter of John Franklin Culver and Amorette Roselle Chapman, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Lothrup Culver and Mary Anne Champ- 
lin, his wife; Simon Converse Chapman and Jerusha McKnight, his 
second wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Moses Culver and Hannah Newton, his wife; 
George Champlin and Nancy Bentley, his wife; Simon Chapman, Jr.. 
and Anna Johnson, his wife. 



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Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Newton and Esther Witter, his 
wife; Asa Champlin and Mollie Thompson, his wife, m. 1765; Simon 
Chapman and Eunice Preston, his first wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Witter and Amy Meech, his 
first wife, m. 1757; Christopher Champlin and Hannah Hill, his wife, 
m. 1730. 

Christopher Champlin who had served in the early wars, was 
a patriot of Rhode Island, where he was born in 1707, and 
died after peace was declared. 

George Champlin, (1765-1848), at the age of thirteen, en- 
listed in the navy, and he also served on privateers. He was 
born in Westerly, R. I.; died in Lee, Mass. 

Also No. 15630. 

Asa Champlin served 1776-78 in the Rhode Island militia. 
He was born, 1741, in Charlestown, R. I. 

Simon Chapman, (1736- 1825), was a member of the relief 
committee of Tolland county, where he was born and where 
he died. 

Ebenezer Witter, (1732-1817), commanded a company of 
Connecticut militia at the Lexington Alarm. He was born 
in Preston, Conn. ; died in Westfield, Mass. 

Also Nos. 4368, 18296. 

MRS. JESSIE DENT SMITH. 22453 

Born in Morgantown, West Virginia. 

Wife of Lucius Green Smith. 

Descendant of Lieut. John Dent, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Marshall Mortimer Dent and Adelaide Lane, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Marmaduke Dent and Sarah Price, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Dent and Margaret Evans, his wife. 

John Dent, (1755-1840), was placed on the pension roll, 
1832, for service of lieutenant in the Virginia Continental Line. 
He was born in Leesburg; died in Monongalia Co., Va. 

MRS. MARGARET M. HUGHES. 22454 

Born in Mocksville, North Carolina. 
Wife of Samuel E. Hughes, M. D. 
Descendant of Corp. John Napper. 

Daughter of William F. Payne and Mary Elizabeth Millner, his wife. 
Granddaughter of WiUiam Banks Millner and Mary Humphries Keen, 
his wife. 



158 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Keen and Nancy Witcher, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elisha Keen and Elizabeth Napper, his 
wife. 

Gr. -gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Napper and Ann Maria Jones, 
his wife. 

John Napper enlisted, 1777, for two years and served as 
corporal in Capt. Michael Boyer's company, Col. James 
Wood's Continental Virginia regiment. 

MRS. SALLIE REDD PEATROSS. 22455 

Born in Prince Edward County, Virginia. 

Wife of Richard Warner Peatross. 

Descendant of Francis McCraw, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Frank Dabney Redd and Ann Elizabeth Watson, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John W. Redd and Lockey McGraw (b. 1795), 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Francis McCraw and Mary Harrison Word 
(b. 1768), his wife, m. 1795. 

Francis McCraw, (1758-1834), was placed on the pension 
roll of Buckingham county, for three years' actual service of 
private in the Virginia Continental Line. 

Also No. 13050. 

MRS. VIRGINIA JESSIE PARKER LAMBETH. 22456 

Born in Magnolia, Virginia. 

Wife of Rev. Samuel Summerfield Lambeth, D. D. 

Descendant of Lieut. Kedar Parker. 

Daughter of Jesse Parker (b. 1818) and Anne Elizabeth Jenkins 
(b. 1822), his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jesse Parker (b. 1779) and Rhoda Williams, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Kedar Parker. 

Kedar Parker was ensign of the Sixth North Carolina Con- 
tinental Regiment, 1776, and was promoted the same year. 
He was born in Nansemond Co., Va. 

Also No. 21518. 

MRS. CLAUDIA PAXTON OLD. 22457 

Born in Edenton, North Carolina. 
Wife of Jonathan Whitehead Old. 
Descendant of Maj. Thomas Benbury. 



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Daughter of Richard Paxton and Elizabeth Creecy Benbury, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Benbury (1792-1857) and Elizabeth Cot- 
ton Creecy (1800-52), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Richard Benbury and Penelope Creecy Skinner, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Benbury and Thamir Howcott, his 
wife. 

Thomas Benbury, (1754-1810), served at Great Bridge, Va., 
1775, and as major of State troops. He died in Albemarle 
Sound. 

MRS. IDA JOHNSON GORDAN. 22458 

Born in Nashville, Tennessee. 

Wife of George Washington Gordan. 

Descendant of Corp. William Plummer, of Virginia. 

Daughter of John B. Johnson and Elizabeth Ann Baird, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Baird and Frances Hicks Plummer, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Plummer and Elizabeth Ransom (d. 
1811), his wife. 

William Plummer served in the Light Continental Dragoons 
under Capt. John Belfield and Col. Theodrick Bland. He was 
born in Old Gloucester county, where in 1805, he died. 

Also No. 19563. 

MRS. FRANCES BAIRD LEIGH. 22459 

Born in Nashville, Tennessee. 
Wife of James Y. Leigh. 
Descendant of Corp. William Plummer. 

Daughter of John B. Johnson and Elizabeth Anne Baird, his wife. 
See No. 22458. 

MISS ALICE PENNOYER. 2246Q 

Born in Somers, Wisconsin. 
Descendant of Abel Walker. 

Daughter of Edgar Pennoyer and Huldah Weed, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Cephas Weed and Anna Baker, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Lewis Baker and Lois Walker, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abel Walker and Lois Read, his wife. 
Abel Walker, (1736-1819), served as a private in the Bris- 
tol county, Mass., militia at the Rhode Island alarms. 



l60 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MISS M. ELIZABETH ALLEN. 22461 

Born in Geneva, New York. 

Descendant of Jonathan Allen, Jr. 

Daughter of Orrin Darrow Swain Allen and Livonia Page, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Allen and Elizabeth Swain, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Allen, Jr., and Anna Case, his second 
wife. 

Jonathan Allen, Jr., (1753-1836), was placed on the pension 
roll for six years' actual service as a private in the Connecti- 
cut Line. He was born in New Haven, Conn. ; died in 
Smithboro, N. Y. 

MRS. ESTHER D. EAVILLE. 22462 

Born in Knox, New York. 

Wife of Amos S. Faville. 

Descendant of Lieut. Henry Denison, of New York. 

Daughter of Amos Crary and Mary Denison, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Denison and Mary Gallup, his wife. 

Henry Denison, (1753-1836), was appointed lieutenant, 
1779, of the Alarm List company of Stonington. He was 
placed on the pension roll of Albany county, 1831, for service 
of lieutenant in the Connecticut militia. He was born in 
Stonington, Conn. ; died in Knox, N. Y. 

Also No. 2506. 

MRS. LILLIAN DAY SIVYER. 22463 

Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Wife of Frederick Sivyer, Jr. 

Descendant of Capt. John Brown. 

Daughter of Frederick T. Day and Alcy J. Miller, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George B. Miner and Myrinda Seymour, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Amos Miner and Alcy Case, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Timothy Case and Esther Brown, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Brown and Hannah Owen (1740- 
1831), his wife, m. 1758. 

John Brown, (1728-76), was captain of the Eighth Com- 
pany, Eighteenth Regiment of Connecticut militia, and died 
on duty in New York. He was born in West Simsbury, Conn. 

Also Nos. 10903, 12358, 15361, 2077s, 21251. 



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MRS. PAREPA R. NEER WORTENDYKE. 22464 

Born in Park Ridge, New Jersey. 
Wife of Ira F. Wortendyke. 
Descendant of Charles Neer, of New York. 
Daughter of Henry C. ^eer and Louisa A. Terpening, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Samuel Neer (1790-1866) and Lucinda Morrison, 
his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Charles Neer and Catherine Hydlie (b. 1750), 
his wife. 

Charles Neer, (1750- 1826), was a sharpshooter in the Black 
Plumed Riflemen, a company of scouts. He died in Scho- 
harie Co., N. Y, His widow received a pension for eleven 
months' actual service of her husband, as a private in the 
New York troops. 

MRS. MARGARET SHELDON SMITH. 22465 

Born in Janesville, Wisconsin. 

Wife of Samuel M. Smith. 

Descendant of Sergt. Abner Sheldon. 

Daughter of Alfred H. Sheldon and Lucy Sherwood, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Sherwood and Anna Marietta Sheldon, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Zelotes Sheldon and Ann Conn, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abner Sheldon and Rebecca Frary (d. 1807), 
his wife, m. 1779. 

Abner Sheldon, (1752-1828), served as corporal at the Lex- 
ington Alarm and as sergeant in the Massachusetts militia 
under Capt. Joseph Stebbins, at the battle of Bunker Hill. 
He was born in Deerfield, Mass. 

MRS. FANNY B. STONE. 22466 

Born in Racine, Wisconsin. 

Wife of Vincent Samuel Stone. 

Descendant of Corp. Samuel Hurlbut. 

Daughter of Stephen Hurlbut Sage and Helen M. Carpenter, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joel Sage and Bethia Hurlbut, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Hurlbut and Jerusha Higgins, his wife. 

Samuel Hurlbut, (1748-1816), served as corporal, 1775, in 
Capt. Abraham Filer's company of Connecticut militia. He 
was bom in Chatham, Conn. ; died in Bridgeport, Vt. 

Also No. 6131. 



l62 DAUGHTERS OF THE) AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MRS. EMMA J. GOULD. 22467 

Born in Utica, New York. 

Wife of James P. Gould. 

Descendant of Major Moses MacFarland. 

Daughter of John G. Graham and Fannie MacFarland, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathan MacFarland and Susan Persons, his wife 

Gr.-granddaughter of Moses MacFarland and Eunice Clark, his wife. 

Moses MacFarland, (1738- 1802), commanded a company 
at the battle of Bunker Hill where he was lamed for life. 
He was transferred to the invalid regiment, 1779, and bre- 
vetted major at the close of the war. He was born in Lon- 
donderry, N. H. ; died in Haverhill, Mass. 

Also Nos. 4922, 13266, 18043, 19417- 

MRS. MARY E. JACK. 22468 

Born in Chester County, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of David Jack. 

Descendant of Alexander McDowell, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of William Nelings and Jane McDowell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George McDowell (1764-1844) and Sarah Wilson 
(d. 1831), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Alexander McDowell and Mary, his wife. 

Alexander McDowell served in the Pennsylvania Line. He 
was born about 1739, and died about 1793, in Montgomery 
Co., Pa. 

MISS RUTH GRAY GATE. 22469 

Born in Amherst, Wisconsin. 

Descendant of Corp. Enoch Gate. 

Daughter of George W. Gate and Levara Serena Brown, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Isaac Gate and Clarissa McKnight, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Enoch Cate and Susanna Page, his wife. 

Enoch Gate, (1755-1834), was placed on the pension roll, 
1832, for service of private and corporal in the New Hamp- 
shire Line. He died in Montpelier, Vt. 

MRS. CLARA Z. BLAKE MITCHELL. 22470 

Born in East Charlestown, Vermont. 
Wife of William White Mitchell. 
Descendant of Corp. Enoch Gate. 



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Daughter of Nathan Blake and Julia A. Cate, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Earl Cate and Christina Nash, his wife. 
Gr. -granddaughter of Enoch Cate and Susanna Paige, his wife. 
See No. 22469. 

MISS FLORA PRISCILLA JOHNSON. 22471 

Born in Washington, District of Columbia. 

Descendant of Jeremiah Johnson, Daniel Bowen and Asa 
Crane. 

Daughter of James Bowen Johnson and Emma Lamira Crane, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of James Gibson Johnson and Susannah Bowen, his 
wife; Jesse Crane and Amanda Hamilton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jeremiah Johnson and Thomazin Blanchard, 
his wife ; Daniel Bowen and Mehetible Packard, his wife ; Asa Crane 
and Abigail Young, his wife. 

Jeremiah Johnson, (1763- 1847), served two years as a pri- 
vate in the New Hampshire Continental Line, He received 
a pension, 1818, He was born in Braintree, Mass, ; died in 
Reading, Vt. 

Daniel Bowen, (1750- 1829), enlisted as a private in the 
Connecticut militia and served at Bunker Hill, in the New 
Jersey campaign, and was at Valley Forge. He was born in 
Woodstock, Conn. 

Asa Crane, (1758-1848), was placed on the pension roll, 
1818, of Addison Co., Vt., for service of private in the New 
Jersey Continental Line. He was born in New Jersey; died 
in Bridgeport, Vt. 

Also Nos. 1264, 11641. 

MRS. CAROLINE BALDWIN ADAMS. 22472 

Born in Windsor, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Howard Adams. 

Descendant of Capt. Samuel Baldwin, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Chauncey Baldwin and Harriet Hume, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Ephraim Baldwin and Tryphena Moore, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Baldwin and Milicent Cutler, his wife, 
m. 1762. 

Samuel Baldwin, (1743-1826), was a member of the first 
Provincial Congress, 1774, and commanded a company of 



l64 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

militia for the defense of Boston. He was born in Weston; 
removed to Northbridge, 1776; died in Windsor, Mass. 
Also Nos. 12131, 17594- 

MRS. EUDORA PERCIVAL LINCOLN. 22473 

Born in Van Buren, Arkansas. 

Wife of Charles James Lincoln. 

Descendant of Capt. Timothy Percival and of Dr. Jabez 
Percival. 

Daughter of George Washington Knox and Eudora Percival Rose 
(1816-1901), his wife, m. 1842. 

Granddaughter of Horace Boardman Rose and Elvira Percival (1790- 
1835), his wife, m. 1807. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jabez Percival and Elizabeth Stearns, his wife, 
m. 1786. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Percival and Mary Fuller his 
wife, m. 1754. 

Timothy Percival, (i 733-1 815), entered the army as lieu- 
tenant and commanded a company of Continental infantry at 
the battle of Long Island, where he was taken prisoner. He 
was born in East Haddam, Conn. ; died in Boone Co., Ky. 

Jabez Percival, (i 760-1841), served as a private in 1781, in 
the company from Wilbraham, Mass. He was born in Mid- 
dlesex Co., Conn. ; died in Lawrenceburg, Indiana. 

Also Nos. 17965, 18230. 

MRS. RUMINA AYRES McCLURE. 22474 

Born in Perryville, Ohio. 

Wife of John McClure. 

Descendant of Maj. Nathan Rice, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of David Ayres and Abigail Rice, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathan Rice, Jr. (b. 1789), and EHzabeth Lincoln, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Rice and Sophia Blake, his wife. 

Nathan Rice, (1754- 1834), acted as aide-de-camp to Gen. 
Lincoln, 1777-81, and served to the close of the war. He 
was placed on the pension roll of Chittenden Co., Vt., 1828, 
for service of major in the Massachusetts Continental Line. 
He died in Burlington, Vt. 



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MRS. IRENE ELIZABETH GIBSON. 22475 

Born in Washington, District of Columbia. 

Wife of E. M. Gibson. 

Descendant of Sergt. John Hull, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Thomas N. Brashears and Jane Hull, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jacob Hull and Sarah Carnahan, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Hull and Jane Hastings, his wife. 

John Hull, (1750- 1 805), served as corporal and sergeant in 
Capt. Benjamin Bigg's company, Col. John Gibson's regiment 
of Virginia militia. He was born in Winchester Co., Va. ; 
died in Pittsburg, Pa. 

Also No. 8610. 

MISS FLORA CAROLINE KENDALL. 22476 

Born in Galesburg, Illinois. 

Descendant of Capt. Peter Woodbury and of Peter Wood- 
bury, Jr., of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Paul Raymond Kendall and Caroline S. Woodbury, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of David Woodbury and Sarah Daniels, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Peter Woodbury, Jr., and Elizabeth Moody, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Peter Woodbury and Ruth Sibley, his first 
wife. 

Peter Woodbury, (1736-1806), commanded a company of 
Worcester county militia and served at Bennington under 
Col. Job Gushing. He was born in Sutton; died in Royals- 
ton, Mass. 

Peter Woodbury, Jr., (1755-1833), was placed on the pen- 
sion roll of Windsor Co., Vt., 183 1, for service of private in 
the Massachusetts Continental Line. He was born in Sutton, 
Mass., died in Bethel, Vt. 

MRS. STELLA WALTHALL BELCHER. 22477 

Born in Stockton, California. 
Wife of Edward A. Belcher. 

Descendant of Lieut. Thomas Burfoot, of Virginia. 
Daughter of Madison Walthall, Jr., and Sarah Emily Covert, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Madison Walthall and Elizabeth Francis Burfoot, 
his wife. 



l66 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Lawson Burfoot and Martha Swepson Clay, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Burfoot and Francis, his wife. 

Thomas Burfoot was appointed adjutant, 1778; promoted 
lieutenant, 1780, and served in the Virginia Continental Line 
to the close of the war. He received a grant of land in Ches- 
terfield county, Va., for his service. 

MRS. CLARA REBECCA HUTCHINS McDONALD. 22478 

Born in Racine, Wisconsin. 

Wife of Jonathan Titus McDonald. 

Descendant of Col. Seth Reed, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Charles Josiah Hutchins and Clara Shepherd, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Hutchins and Sophia Fairbanks Reed, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Washington Reed and Philena Hulbert, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Seth Reed and Hannah Harwood, his wife, 
m. 1768. 

Seth Reed, (1746-97), served as lieutenant colonel at the 
Lexington Alarm ; suffered from the Canadian campaign and 
ill-health compelled him to leave active service, 1776. He was 
a member of the Constitutional convention, 1779. He was 
born in Uxbridge, Mass. ; died in Erie, Pa. 

Also Nos. 14249, 17802. 

MRS. LULU FARGO BONESTELL. 22479 

Born in San Francisco, California. 

Wife of Robert Gray Bonestell. 

Descendant of Aaron Fargo and of Corp. Jonathan Fenton, 
of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Jerome Bonepart Fargo and Martha Maria True, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Orange Train Fargo and Sally Weber Fenton, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Darius Fargo and Betsy Mason, his wife; 
Jonathan Fenton, Jr., and Malinda Weber, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Fargo and Elizabeth Reed, his wife ; 
Jonathan Fenton and Mary Gary, his wife. 

Aaron Fargo served as a private at the siege of Boston. 
He was born, 1729, in New London, Conn. 

Also No. 7233. 



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Jonathan Fenton was a minute man from Mansfield at the 
Lexington Alarm. He enlisted, 1777, for three years under 
Capt. John Shumway. He was born in Mansfield, Conn., 
1741 ; died in Bennington, Vt. 

MRS. ALICE C. WAITE. 22480 

Born in Ann Arbor, Michigan. 

Wife of Melville M. Waite. 

Descendant of Capt. Joseph Jewett, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Andrew J. Shively and Francis Best, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Best and Clarissa Jewett, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Jewett (1773-1860) and Sophia Skinner, 
his second wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Jewett and Lucretia Rogers, his 
wife. 

Joseph Jewett, (1752-76), turned out from Lyme at the 
Lexington Alarm and commanded a company at the siege of 
Boston, under Col. Jedediah Huntington. He was captured 
at the battle of Long Island, and for refusing to deliver his 
sword to an officer of inferior rank, he was struck with it and 
so badly wounded he died in a few days. 

Also Nos. 8076, 10277. 

MRS. NETTIE A. ASHENFELTER. 22481 

Born in Rock Prairie, Wisconsin. 
. Wife of Singleton M. Ashenfelter. 

Descendant of Jacob Bennett, James Ross, John Parmelee, 
Isaac Gibson, Corp. David Gibson and Elvin Valentine. 

Daughter of Cornelius Bennett and Anna F. Ross, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jacob Bennett and Caroline Valentine, his wife; 
Sylvester FHnt Ross and Cynthia Rice, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Bennett and Barbara Brower, his wife ; 
Nehemiah Valentine (b. 1780) and Martha Barrett, his wife; Benjamin 
Ross (b. 1767) and Anna Gibson, his wife; Thomas Rice and Lucinda 
Parmelee, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Valentine (b. 1778) and Mary, his 
wife; James Ross and Phoebe Gerry, his wife, m. 1766; David Gibson 
and Anna Barton, his wife; John Parmelee and Dorothy, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elvin Valentine and Abigail, his wife; 
Isaac Gibson and Keziah Johnson, his v/ife. 

Jacob Bennett, (1750- 18 10), served as a private in Capt. 



l68 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Jonathan Titus's company, Col. Henry B. Livingston's regi- 
ment of New York troops. 

Also No. 16316. 

James Ross enlisted 1777, and served at Bennington. He 
was born in Sterling, Mass., 1744. 

John Parmelee, (1755-1828), served as a drummer in the 
Northern Department in the Connecticut militia. He was 
born in Connecticut; died in Sullivan, Ohio. 

Isaac Gibson, (1721-97), was a minute man at the Lexing- 
ton Alarm. He was born in Sudbury, Mass., died in Grafton, 
Vt. 

David Gibson, (1757-1815), served as corporal in the Wor- 
cester county militia at the Rhode Island Alarm. He was 
born in Lunenburg, Mass. ; died in Grafton, Vt. 

Elvin Valentine was wagon conductor in the quartermaster's 
department of New York, where he was born 1744. 

MRS. MARY NEEDHAM GREGG. 22482 

Born in Jefferson, Kentucky. 

Wife of James Bartlett Gregg. 

Descendant of Josiah Richards, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Edgar Needham and Sarah Smith, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Smith and Waitstill Richards, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Josiah Richards and Sarah Shuttleworth, his 
wife. 

Josiah Richards, (1749- 1833), was placed on the pension 
roll of Norfolk county, 1831, for service of private in the 
Massachusetts militia. He was born in Dedham, Mass., 
where he died. 

MRS. LYDIA R. PARKER RIPLEY. 22483 

Born in Coventry, Vermont. 

Wife of Allen M. Ripley. 

Descendant of Isaac Parker. 

Daughter of Hon. Isaac Parker and Arabella Cobb, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Isaac Parker and Bridget Fletcher, his wife. 

Isaac Parker, (1760-1825), was a drummer at the Lexington 
Alarm from Westford and served under Capt. Joshua Parker, 
at Bunker Hill. He turned out at various alarms as a minute 
man. He was born in Westford, Mass ; died in Byron, N. Y. 

Also No. 14655. 



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MISS SARAH LULU ALBEE. 22484 

Born in Windsor, Connecticut. 
Descendant of Capt. John Bacheller, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of George H. Albee and Sarah Eliza Taylor, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Sylvester Taylor and Sarah Bancroft, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Bacheller and Mary Eames, his wife. 
John Bachellor commanded a company at the Lexington 
Alarm and the siege of Boston. He was born in Reading, 
Mass., where in 1840 he died. 

MRS. EMMA GILLETT BEARDSLEE. 22485 

Born in Bolton, Connecticut. 

Wife of Clark S. Beardslee. 

Descendant of Capt. John Hutchinson Buell, Aaron Gillett, 
Frederick Williams and Saul Alvord, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Henry Alvord and Mary Williams Gillett, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Saul Alvord, Jr., and Phebe Buell, his wife; Ely 
H. Gillett and Mary Williams (1788-1864), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Saul Alvord and Eleanor Kellogg, his wife; 
John Hutchinson Buell and Phebe Hubbell, his first wife; Ely Gillett 
and Phebe Hall, his wife; Frederick Williams and Mary Bailey, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Gillett and Anna Pratt, his wife, 
m. 1757; Ezra Hall and Sarah Gillette, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Gillette and Phebe Marvin, 
his wife (parents of Sarah). 

John Hutchinson Buell, (1753-1813), entered the army as 
sergeant, 1775, rose to the rank of captain and served to the 
close of the war. He was a member of the Society of the 
Cincinnati. He was born in Hebron, where he died. 

Also Nos. 12493, 13211. 

Aaron Gillett, (1732-86), served several enlistments in the 
Connecticut militia under different commands. 

Also No. 18277. 

Frederick Williams, (1760-1829), was placed on the pen- 
sion roll of New London Co., 181 8, for service of private in 
the Massachusetts Line. He died in Colchester, Conn. 

Saul Alvord, (1753-1832), served as cornet in the Connecti- 
cut Light Horse. He was born in Northampton, Mass.; 
died in Bolton, Conn. 



170 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MRS. BLANCH SHOLES ATKINSON. 22486 

Born in Allegheny, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Charles E. Atkinson. 

Descendant of Abel Sholes, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Samuel Davis Sholes and Henrietta Little, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Stanton Sholes and Sarah Elizabeth Sholes, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughteer of Stanton Sholes (1772-1865) and Abigail Avery, 
his wife, m. 1793. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abel Sholes and Lucy Sholes, his wife. 

Abel Sholes who had fought in the early wars, served in 
the militia until 1783. He was born in Groton, Conn., 
where he died, 1789. He had four sons in the Revolution, — 
one was at Fort Griswold, and among the few who escaped. 

Also No. 16556. 

MRS. FANNY STANTON DODGE. 22487 

Born in Stonington, Connecticut. 

Wife of John L. Dodge, Jr. 

Descendant of Jasper Latham, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Charles H. Cottrell and Georgia A. Crary, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Burrows Crary and Catherine Burrows 
Latham, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Caleb Latham and Rhoda Burrows, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jasper Latham. 

Jasper Latham, (1753- 1835), was placed on the pension roll 
of New London county, 183 1, for service of matross and pri- 
vate in ths Connecticut Continental Line. 

Also No. 10352. 

MRS. MARY JOHNSON PECK. _ 22488 

Born in Seymour, Connecticut. 
Wife of Elbert A. Peck. 
Descendant of Sergt. David Clark. 
Daughter of David Johnson and Ruth C. Scott, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Gorry Johnson and Harriett Hotchkiss, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Johnson and Hannah Clark, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Clark and Hannah Peck, his wife. 
David Clark, (1742-78), enlisted in the artillery, 1777; was 
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Sugar House, New York, where he died. He was born in 
Woodbridge, Conn., and a stone is there erected to his 
memory. 

MRS. FRANCES AGATHA BUGBEE. 22489 

Born in Providence, Rhode Island. 

Wife of Edwin Sumner Bugbee. 

Descendant of Samuel Thurber, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Henry Thurber and Mary Hope Jones, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Thurber and Elizabeth Wilson, his wife. 

Samuel Thurber, (1757-1832), served as a private in de- 
fense of the colony, 1778. He was born in Providence, R. I., 
where he died. 

MRS. ELIZABETH WARNER BRIGGS PARSONS. 22490 

Born in Thompson, Connecticut. 

Wife of A. L. Parsons. 

Descendant of Corp. Jonathan Briggs and of Solomon Tift. 

Daughter of George W. Briggs and Mary Anna Arnold, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Wanton Briggs and Mary Tift, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Jonathan Briggs and Abigail Greene, his wife; 
Solomon Tift and Eunice Burrows, his wife. 

Jonathan Briggs, (1755-1837), served as corporal at Ger- 
mantown, Monmouth and Yorktown. He was placed on the 
pension roll, 1818, for over six years' actual service in the 
Rhode Island Continental Line. He was born in East Green- 
wich; died in Coventry, R. I., and upon his tombstone is in- 
scribed "a soldier of the Revolution." 

Solomon Tift, (1758-1850), served on a privateer and in the 
militia. He was captured at Fort Griswold and suffered on 
the prison-ship "Jersey." He was the last pensioner of the 
Revolution from Groton, Conn. 

Also Nos. 3474, 8104, 14711, 17078, ijz^, 19044, 21391. 

MRS. LUCY LINCOLN PERRY COGSWELL. 22491 

Born in Windham, Connecticut. 
Wife of John R. Cogswell. 

Descendant of John Wheeler and of Thomas Leeds, of Con- 
necticut. 



1/2 DAUGHTERS OF' THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Albert Lincoln Perry and Mary Augusta Wheeler, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Elias Hewett Wheeler and Mary Leeds, his first 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Capt. John Wheeler (b. 1765) and Anne Boro- 
del Denison (b. 1769), his wife; Christopher Leeds and Mary Helmes, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Wheeler and Mary Miner (b. 1746), 
his wife, m. 1763; Thomas Leeds and Mary Haley (b. 1751), his wife, 
m. 1773. 

John Wheeler served as a private in the Connecticut mihtia. 
He was born in Stonington, 1744. 

Thomas Leeds, (1746-96), responded to the first call for 
troops and enlisted, 1776, for three years. He was born in 
Stonington, where he died. His brothers Jedediah and Wil- 
liam also served and the latter died in service. 

Also Nos. 3192, 6686. 

MRS. EMMA MANNING CLARKE. 22492 

Born in Woodstock, Connecticut. 

Wife of F. E. Clarke. 

Descendant of Capt. William Manning, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of William Manning and Antoinette Chamberlin, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Hyde Manning and Lois Paine, his second 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Manning and Mary Johnson, his wife. 

WilHam Manning, (1733-1807), served as Heutenant at the 
battles of Trenton and Princeton ; as captain at White Marsh, 
Valley Forge, Monmouth and served until disabled in 1778. 
He was born in Woodstock, Conn,, where he died. 

Also Nos. 16083, 18287. 

MRS. SUSAN ABBOT CARR. 22493 

Born in Wilton, New Hampshire. 

Wife of George N. Carr. 

Descendant of Lieut. Joseph Hale, Joel Hyde and Jeremiah 
Abbot, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Zebadiah Abbot and Mary Ann Hyde, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Zebadiah Abbot and Elizabeth Hale, his wffe ; Joel 
Hyde and Mary Belcher, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Hale and Rebecca Harris, his wife; 
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Joseph Hale, (1750-84), served several enlistments in the 
militia from Coventry, where he was born and where he died. 
He was brother to Nathan Hale, the martyr spy. 

Joel Hyde, (1764- 1853), was placed on the pension roll of 
New London Co., 1831, for service of private in the Con- 
necticut Continental Line. 

Jeremiah Abbot, (1743-1825), was a member of the Com- 
mittee of Safety, of Wilton, N. H., where he died. 

MISS MARY LOUISE FLYNN. 22494 

Born in Woodstock, Connecticut. 

Descendant of John Flynn, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Francis William Flynn and Louise Olney, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Flynn and Clarissa Kingsley, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Flynn and Mary Payson, his wife. 

John Flynn, (1750- 1803), was trumpeter at the Lexington 
Alarm under Capt. Samuel McClellan, and 1776, served in the 
Light Horse under Capt. Amasa Keyes. He was born in 
Woodstock, Conn., where he died. 

MRS. JESSIE ISADORE HODGES GILPATRIC. 22495 

Born in Worcester, Massachusetts. 

Wife of George Walter Gilpatric. 

Descendant of Corp. Paul Sears, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Addison Stevens Hodges and Esther Ann Gasner, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of George Gasner and Eunice Ann Hawley, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Gillette Hawley and Esther Sears (b. 1782), 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Paul Sears and Elizabeth Slawter, his first 
wife. 

Paul Sears, (1740-1832), served as corporal in the Berk- 
shire county militia, to reenforce the northern army, 1777. 
He died in Sandisfield, Mass. 

MRS. VIRGELIA SAWYER GREEN. 22496 

Born in New York, N. Y. 
Wife of Clarendon Green. 

Descendant of James Sawyer, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of James Jones Sawyer and Sophia Harsen, his wife. 



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Granddaughter of Jonas Sawyer and Huldah Holmes, his wife. 
Gr. -granddaughter of James Sawyer and Sarah Jones, his wife. 
James Sawyer, (1747-1828), served as a private in Capt. 
Nathaniel Wales's company of Connecticut volunteers. 

MRS. HELEN ELIZABETH KENYON VAUGHN. 22497 

Born in Pomfret, Connecticut. 
Wife of William Vaughn. 

Descendant of Stephen Williams, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Marshall Kenyon and Mary Sabin, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William Sabin and Sarah Medbery, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Horatio Sabin and Elizabeth Williams, his wife. 
Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Stephen Williams and Judith Paine, his 
wife. 

Stephen Williams was a minute man at the Lexington 
Alarm from Pomfret, where he was born and where he died. 

22498 
MRS. BERTHA MARION CARR McINTYRE. 22499 

Born in Northridge, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Arthur DeWitt Mclntyre. 

Descendant of Lieut. James Prentice, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Loammi Baker Carr and Anne Valentia Prentice, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Luke Prentice, Jr., and Amy Joslin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Luke Prentice and Azubah Adams, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Prentice and Sarah (Draper) Whitin, 
his wife. 

James Prentice, (1746-1837), served as lieutenant in Capt. 
Mark Chase's company, of Sutton, Mass. 

MRS. AMY BETTS PORTER. 22500 

Born in New York, N. Y. 

Wife of John Addison Porter. 

Descendant of Corp. Samuel Comstock Betts, Uriah Betts 
and David Porter. 

Daughter of George F. Betts and Ellen Porter, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Rossiter Betts and Caroline A. Dewey, his 
wife; William Augustus Porter and Mary Noble, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Uriah Betts and Sarah Rossiter, his wife; 
David Porter and Sarah Collins, his wife. 






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Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Comstock Betts and Mary Taylor, 
his wife. 

Samuel Comstock Betts, (1732-1823), was a soldier, 1776, 
under Capt. Samuel Comstock, and served at Yorktown under 
Col. Alexander Scammel. He was born in Norwalk, Conn.; 
died in Richmond, Mass. 

Uriah Betts, (1761-1841), at the age of sixteen, served on 
the Hudson under Capt. Nathan Gilbert in the Connecticut 
militia. He died in Newburgh, N. Y. 

David Porter, (1761-1851), was placed on the pension roll 
for service of private in the Connecticut militia. He died in 
Catskill, N. Y. 

Also No. 1 1533. 

MRS. HEPZIBAH SMITH RHODES. 22501 

Born in Sutton, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Alexander Smith, of Massachusetts. 

Wife of Horatio Nelson Rhodes. 

Daughter of Alexander Smith and Hepzibah Hobbs, his wife. 

Alexander Smith was placed on the pension roll of Mid- 
dlesex Co., 1818, for service of private in the Massachusetts 
Line. He was born in Sudbury, 1762; died in Grafton. 

22502 
MRS. ELIZABETH PARKER CHASE. 22503 

Born in Shelter Island, New York. 

Wife of Charles Francis Chase. 

Descendant of Maj. Samuel Franklin Parker, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of James Eugene Parker and Sarah Anna Hance, his wife, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Franklin Parker and Mary Moore, 

Granddaughter of Samuel Parker and Maria Louise Tyson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Eugene Parker and Isabella Manning, 
his wife. 

Samuel Franklin Parker, (1745-79), was captain of Col. 
David Forman's battalion, Heard's brigade, 1776, and was 
promoted major the same year. He was born in Woodbridge, 
where he died. 
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176 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



MRS. CAROLINE WAY CLARK. 22504 

Born in Lyme, Connecticut. 

Wife of William Sheldon Clark. 

Descendant of Sergt. Elisha Way, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Elisha Way and Eunice Crocker, his wife. 

Elisha Way, (1757-1842), was placed on the pension roll of 
New London county, 1831, for service of private and sergeant 
in the Connecticut Continental Line. He was born in Lyme, 
where he died. 

Also No. 21720. 

MRS. EVELYN LA PIERRE. 22505 

Born in Spring Prairie, Wisconsin. 

Wife of Dr. Julian La Pierre. 

Descendant of Reuben Brown, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of James Lauman Brown and Eliza J. Emerson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hezekiah Park Brown and Jane Whitmore, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Reuben Brown and Ruth Park, his wife. 

Reuben Brown, (1765-1824), was placed on the pension roll 
of New London county, 1818, for service of musician in the 
Connecticut Line. 

MRS. MARHON GRAY SHOALS KENT. 22506 

Born in Easthampton, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Dr. Charles Morrill Kent. 

Descendant of Peter Norton and of Dr. Thomas Flint. 

Daughter of Horatio Bodurtha Shoals and Annie Gay, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William S. Gay and Aurelia Flint, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dr. Thomas Flint, Jr., and Sarah Bassett Nor- 
ton, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Thomas Flint and Lydia Pope, his first 
wife; Ebenezer Norton and Elizabeth Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Peter Norton and Sarah Bassett, his 
wife. 

See No. 22020. 

Thomas Flint, (1733-1800), served as a surgeon on a priva- 
teer. He was born in North Reading, Mass. ; died in Noble- 
boro, Maine. 

Also Nos. 1 197 1, 13565, 19381. 



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MRS. ELIZABETH PRENTICE LYON. 22507 

Born in Waterford, Connecticut. 

Wife of John Lyon. 

Descendant of Sergt. Stephen Prentice, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Benjamin Prentice and Marenda Beckwith, his wife, 
m. 1824. 

Granddaughter of Stephen Prentice (1763-1853) and Abigail Slater 
(1766- 1 833), his wife, m. 1783. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Stephen Prentice and Ann Starr, his wife, 
m. 1750. 

Stephen Prentice, (1728-99), served as corporal and ser- 
geant, 1775, in the company from New London county under 
Capt. Jonathan Latimer. He was born in Waterford, where 
he died. 

Also No. 20820. 

MRS. CLARA SMITH STRONG. 22508 

Born in New London, Connecticut. 

Wife of George Chappell Strong. 

Descendant of Sergt. James Smith of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Ezra Chappell Smith and Ann Coffin, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Richard Coffin and Eliza Wheat, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Wheat and May Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Smith and Abigail Hempstead, his 
wife. 

James Smith, (1732-98), served as private in the defense of 
Boston, and as sergeant under Capt. John Deshon, called <"he 
First Alarm list, by order of Col. Jonathan Latimer. He was 
born in New London, where he died. 

Also No. 16021. 

MRS. NELLIE SMITH POTTER. 22509 

Born in New London, Connecticut. 
Wife of Thomas Wells Potter. 
Descendant of Sergt. James Smith. 
Daughter of Ezra Chappell Smith and Ann Coffin, his wife. 
See No. 22508. 

MRS. LILA MATHER ATWATER. 22510 

Born in Cheshire, Connecticut. 
Wife of Edward Irving Atwater. 



178 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOEUTION. 

Descendant of Maj, Peter Bailey Tearse and of Rev. David 
Brooks. 

Daughter of Samuel Hull Brooks and Mary Mather, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Brooks (1796-1865) and Linda Hull, his 
wife; Heman Mather and Eliza Derby, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Brooks and EHzabeth Doolittle, his wife; 
Lyman Derby and Elizabeth Tearse, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Peter Bailey Tearse and Polly Hunter, his 
wife. 

Peter Bailey Tearse, (1753-1802), served as lieutenant, 1776, 
and held the rank of major of New York militia, 1781. 

Also No. 7573. 

David Brooks, (1744-1802), served in the Assembly, acted 
as chaplain and quartermaster. He was born in Cheshire, 
Conn., where he died. 

Also Nos. 7563, 8354, 15174, 17693. 

MRS. AMELIA LEE BENEDICT. 225 11 

Born in Lyme, Connecticut. 

Wife of George W. L. Benedict. 

Descendant of Capt. Elisha Lee and of William Morgan, of 
Connecticut. 

Daughter of Richard Theodore Lee and Amelia Morgan, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Murdock Lee and Anna Beckwith, his wife; 
John Morgan and Esther Parsons, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elisha Lee and Abigail Murdock, his wife; 
William Morgan and Miriam Murdock, his wife. 

Elisha Lee, (1740-1815), served as sergeant at the Lexing- 
ton Alarm and rose to the rank of captain. He was at Long 
Island, White Plains, Germantown and Monmouth. He was 
born in Lyme and was placed on the invalid pension roll, 1786, 
in New London county, with the rank of captain. 

Also Nos. 8152, 13258, 20495. 

William Morgan, (1746-1824), served in the New York 
campaign, 1776, under Capt. Isaac Gallup and Col. Samuel 
Holden Parsons. He was born in Killingworth, where he 
died. 

Also No. 13887. 

MRS. GULIELMA H. CRAM CATLIN. 22512 

Born in Acworth, New Hampshire. 
Wife of Edward F. Catlin. 



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Descendant of Ezekiel Cram, Deacon Joseph Copeland, Eli- 
jah Gove and Samuel Slader. 

Daughter of Elijah Cram and Almira Copeland, his wife. 

Granddaughter of HilHard Cram and Sarah Gove, his wife ; Winslow 
Copeland (b. 1775) and Hannah Slader, his wife, m. 1804. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ezekiel Cram and Mary Kinson, his wife ; 
Elijah Gove and Sarah Mills, his wife; Joseph Copeland and Rebecca 
Hooper (1738-1820), his wife, m. 1760; Samuel Slader and Mehitable 
IvCwis, his wife. 

Ezekiel Cram marched at the alarm, 1777, under Capt. 
Samuel Philbrick. He was born in Hampton Falls, N. H., 
1751 ; died in Weare, N. H. 

Joseph Copeland, (1734-1811), served as a private under 
Capt. Eliakim Howard at the Rhode Island Alarm, 1780. He 
was born in Bridgewater, Mass., where he died. 

Elijah Gove, (1751-1816), served as a private in the militia. 
He was born in Hampton Falls, N. H. ; died in Weare, N. H. 

Also No. 18675. 

Samuel Slader, (1732-90), served in the first call for troops 
from Windham, Conn. He was born in Hingham, Mass. ; 
died in Acworth, N. H. 

MRS. FRANCES IRENE KEELER HURLBURT. 22513 

Born in Bridgewater, Connecticut. 
Wife of Samuel Wright Hurlburt. 

Descendant of Capt. George Terrell, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Daniel Keeler and Minerva Peck, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Andrew Peck and Lucinda Terrell, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of George Terrell and Sarah, his wife. 
George Terrell, (1728-1806), was captain in the Alarm list 
of Newtown, where he died. 

MISS HENRY-ETTA AMELIA IVISON HOADLEY. 22514 

Born in New Haven, Connecticut. 

Descendant of Philemon Hoadley and Roeloff Brinkerhoflf. 

Daughter of Horace Philemon Hoadley and Jeanie Ivison, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Philemon Hoadley, Jr. (1791-1862), and Betsey 
Bradley (1799-1886), his wife; Henry Ivison and Sarah BrinkerhoflF, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Philemon Hoadley and Mary Rogers (1753- 
1840), his wife, m. 1776; David Brinkerhoff and Catherine Van Mid- 
dlesworth, his wife. 



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Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Roeloff Brinkerhoff and Isabella Demarest, 
his wife. 

Philemon Hoadley, (1755-1811), served as a private in the 
Hampshire county, Mass., militia at Ticonderoga, 1777. He 
was born in Branford, Conn. ; died in West Turin, N. Y. 

Roeloff Brinkerhoff, (1748-1830), with his five brothers, en- 
listed in Swoop's Flying Battalion recruited in York Co., Pa. 
He died in Cayuga Co., N. Y. 

Also Nos. 8939, 10200. 

MRS. CORNELIA H. KIMBERLY. 22515 

Born in New Haven, Connecticut. 

Wife of Augustus H. Kimberly. 

Descendant of Capt. Amos Morris, Corp. David Seward and 
David Field, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of George Hoadley and Maria A. Bradley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Elias Bradley and Elizabeth Woodward, his wife; 
Heli Hoadley and Mabel Seward, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Woodward and Elizabeth Morris, his 
wife; David Seward, Jr., and Mabel Field, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Amos Morris and Lydia Camp, his wife; 
David Seward and Elizabeth Bushnell, his wife; David Field and Anna 
Stone, his wife.- 

Amos Morris, (1726-1801), was taken from his bed by the 
Tories and confined on a prison ship. His salt and cider 
buildings were destroyed and his home burned. He was born 
in East Haven, where he died. 

Also Nos. 7474, 9586, 1 1759, 18306. 

David Seward, (1748-1813), served in New York, 1776, un- 
der Capt. Daniel Hand. He was born in New Haven county, 
Conn. ; where he died. 

Also No. 14561. 

David Field, (1728-78), served in the Connecticut militia 
from Guilford, and died in service. 

Also Nos. 20798, 21390. 

MRS. ALICE MARIA STODDARD. 22516 

Born in Middletown, Connecticut. 
Wife of Frank E. Stoddard. 
Descendant of Asahel Nearing. 

Daughter of Walter Wallace Warner and Emily T. Nearing, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Heman Loomis Nearing and Emily Eno, his wife. 



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Gr.-granddaughter of Asahel Nearing and Molly Loomis, his wife. 

Asahel Nearing, (1765-1813), enlisted at sixteen in Capt. 
Matthew Smith's company of Connecticut mihtia, for seacoast 
defense from Horseneck to New Haven. He died at Fort 
Meigs, Ohio. 

MISS LOUISE VEECH. 22517 

Born in New Haven, Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Gen. George Ewing, Col. George Ashman 
and Nicholas Dawson, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Capt. David Henry VeecH and Louisa Cass Ashman, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of James Veech and Maria Ewing, his wife; George 
James Ashman and Sarah Ann Dawson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Peter Ewing and Mary Conwell, his wife; 
James Ashman and Mary Meason, his wife ; George Dawson and Mary 
Kennedy, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of George Ewing and Mary Porter, his wife; 
George Ashman and Eleanor Cromwell, his wife; Nicholas Dawson 
and Violette Lyttleton, his wife. 

George Ewing, (1738-88), served as commissary of the 
Pennsylvania Line at Valley Forge. 

George Ashman, (i 750-1 811), was colonel of Bedford 
County Associators, 1777. 

Also Nos. 8876, 14826, 19524. 

Nicholas Dawson, (1745-89), served in the expedition 
against the Indians under Col. William Crawford. 

Also Nos. 7583, 15561, 17499. 

MRS. MARY ELIZABETH HUBBARD LAWRENCE. 22518 

Born in Orange, Connecticut. 

Wife of Charles Reuben Lawrence. 

Descendant of Landa Beach and of Corp. Elisha Clark, of 
Connecticut. 

Daughter of John Peck Hubbard and Sarah Ann Clark, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Clark and Eunice Mallet, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elisha Clark and Sarah Beach, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Landa Beach and Abigail Baldwin, his wife. 

Landa Beach, (1727-1824), served on war committees of 
Milford, where he was born and where he died. 

Also Nos. 946, 13099, 14723, 16737, 20815. 



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Elisha Clark, (1758-1840), was placed on the pension roll 
of New Haven Co., 1832, for service of private and corporal 
in the Connecticut Continental Line. 

Also Nos. 7399, 18310. 

MRS. JULIA HARING WHITE. 22519 

Born in New York, N. Y. 

Wife of George L. White. 

Descendant of Hon. John Haring, of New York. 

Daughter of James Demarest Haring and Caroline E. Phelps, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Capt. Samuel Haring and Mary Clark, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Haring and Mary (Haring), his wife. 

John Haring, (1739-1809), served several terms as a mem- 
ber of the Provincial Congress and acted as president pro tern. 
He represented the Senate from the middle district of New 
York, 1781-90. He died in Tappan, N. Y. 

MRS. CAROLINE HARING WHITE GRIGGS. 22520 

Born in San Rafael, California. 
Wife of Robert F. Griggs. 
Descendant of Hon. John Haring. 

Daughter of George L. White and Julia Phelps Haring, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James Demarest Haring and Caroline E. Phelps, 
his wife. 

See No. 22519. 

MRS. FANNIE WELD OLEY. 22521 

Born in Wayland, New York. 

Wife of Dr. S. Willard Oley. 

Descendant of Conradt Bush, of New York. 

Daughter of Chauncey Bennett and Lovina M. Atwell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Chauncy Atwell and Polly Bush, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Conradt Bush and Mary Watson, his wife. 

Conradt Bush, (1753-1854), served as a matross in the Al- 
bany county militia under Col. John Knickerbocker. He was 
born in Holland; died in Pompey, N. Y., where he received a 
pension and lived to the phenomenal age of over one hundred. 

Also No. 13610. 



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MISS EMILY BOOTH. 22522 

Born in Stratford, Connecticut. 

Descendant of Capt. James Booth, Robert Curtis, Capt. Na- 
thaniel Wheeler, all of Stratford, Connecticut. 

Daughter of Isaac Patterson Booth and Abigail Wheeler, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Silas Booth and Ruth Jones Curtis, his wife; 
Nathaniel Lewis Wheeler and Hannah Beers, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Booth and Abigail Ann Patterson, his 
wife; Robert Curtis and Amy Judson, his wife; Nathaniel Wheeler 
and Rachel Lewis, his wife. 

James Booth, (1734-1809), commanded a company of 
mounted coast guards when Tryon invaded the colony. 

Also Nos. 3392, 6206, 7389, 13140, 17381- 

Robert Curtis, (1727-97), turned out to repel Tryon, 1779, 
under Capt. James Booth. 

Nathaniel Wheeler, (1733-1819), served at Danbury and 
Fairfield, 1777, and was a minute man in the Alarm company, 
1779, commanded by Capt. James Booth. 

MRS. LAURA LEE ARMSTRONG. 22523 

Born in Bridgeport, Connecticut. 

Wife of Charles Henry Armstrong. 

Descendant of Daniel Bartram and Oliver Sandford, of Con- 
necticut. 

Daughter of Gurdon Bartram Lee and Caroline E. Gorham, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Milo Lee and Lucy A. Bartram, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Gurdon Bartram (1776-1845) and Lorraine 
Sanford, his wife, m. 1804. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughteer of Daniel Bartram and Ann Merchant, his 
wife, m. 1768; Oliver Sanford and Rachel Coley, his wife, m. 1767. 

Daniel Bartram, (1745-1817), joined the militia and marched 
to the defense of Danbury, leaving his mill full of valuable 
hides. His brave wife left her small children, caught her 
horse, hitched him to the mill and saved the hides from spoil- 
ing. He was born in Redding, Conn. ; removed to Ohio, 1810, 
where he died in Madison. 

Also No. 15165- 

Oliver Sanford joined the militia when Tryon invaded the 
colony, 1777; was taken prisoner and carried to New York. 
He was born in Redding, 1741, where he died. 



..;34 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MRS. MATTIE SHELTON BARTRAM. 22524 

Born in Waterbury, Connecticut. 

Wife of Edward A. Bartram. 

Descendant of Zebulon Kirtland and of Capt. Nathan Booth^ 
of Connecticut. 

Daughter of John Shelton and Sarah Foote, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Abijah Shelton and Lydia Kirtland, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Shelton and Sarah Booth, his wife; 
Zebulon Kirtland and Elizabeth Cooke, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Booth and Comfort Thompson, his 
wife. 

Zebulon Kirtland, (1755-1803), was a minute man at the 
Lexington Alarm. He was born in Bridgeport, where he died. 

Nathan Booth, (1720- 1800), served on war committees of 
Stratford, where he was born. 

MRS. EDITH MAY EDWARDS WHITING. 22525 

Born in Bridgeport, Connecticut. 

Wife of Russell Whiting. 

Descendant of Nehemiah Webb Lyon, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Louis Edwin Edwards and Hattie Frances Beers, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Edwin Edwards and Augusta Sherman, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Louis Sherman and Clarissa Rowell, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Rowell and Clarissa Lyon, his wife 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nehemiah Webb Lyon and Sarah Tred- 
well, his wife. 

Nehemiah Webb Lyon, (1759-1860), was placed on the pen- 
sion roll of Fairfield Co., 1831, for service of private in the 
Connecticut Continental Line. 

Also Nos. 8669, 1 3 186, 15439- 

MISS FRANCES LOUISE HOUGH. 22526 

Born in Bridgeport, Connecticut. 

Descendant of Col. Thaddeus Crane, of New York. 

Daughter of Charles Hough and Lydia Crane Banks, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Henry Banks and Ann Elouise Curtiss, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Banks, M. D., and Lydia Crane, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thaddeus Crane and Lydia Read Baxter, 

his second wife. 



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Thaddeus Crane, (1728-1803), commanded a company of 
Westchester county militia, 1775, and held the rank of major, 
1777, when wounded at Danbury. He served in the Assembly 
and was a member of the convention that ratified the constitu- 
tion. He was placed on the invalid pension list, 1786. He 
was born in North Salem, N. Y., where he died. 

Also Nos. 2681, 6155, 11106. 

MRS. MAY WARNER GRANNISS STRONG. 22527 

Born in Bridgeport, Connecticut. 

Wife of Frederick Augustus Strong. 

Descendant of Simeon Granniss, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Caleb Alonzo Granniss and Mary Jane Bronson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Simeon Granniss, Jr., and Perlina Brown, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Simeon Granniss and Priscilla Brackett, his 
wife. 

Simeon Granniss enlisted, 1775, in Capt. Street Hall's com- 
pany, Col. Charles Webb's regiment, raised in Fairfield, 
Litchfield and New Haven counties. 

MRS. J BRUSH A L. CARTER. 22528 

Widow of Charles Carter. 

Descendant of Joel Doane, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Joel Doane and Jemima L'Homedieu, his wife. 

Joel Doane, (1763- 1852), was placed on the pension roll 
for service of private in the militia. He was born in West- 
brook, where he died. 

Also Nos. 12547, 16617. 

MRS. HELEN TAYLOR LANE. 22529 

Born in Barkhamsted, Connecticut. 

Wife of Almeron M. Lane. 

Descendant of Nehemiah Andruss, Sergt. William Taylor, 
Asa Gilbert and Theodore Gilbert, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Warren Taylor and Frances Andruss, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Virgil Taylor and Electa Gilbert, his wife: Wil- 
liam Andruss ad Jerusha Barber, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Taylor and Abigail Case, his wife; 
Asa Gilbert and Mary Goodwin, his wife, m. 1784; Nehemiah Andruss 
and Sophia Gillette, his wife ; David Barber, Jr., and Rebecca Rice, his 
wife. 



l86 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Theodore Gilbert and Mary Werter, his 
wife; David Barber and Deborah Adams, his wife, m. 1772. 

Nehemiah Andruss was a private in the defense of New 
York. He held many civil offices of trust in Barkhamsted, 
where in 1844 he died. 

William Taylor, (1757- 1835), served several enlistments un- 
der different commands. He received a pension, 1818, for 
service of sergeant in the Connecticut Line. He died in Bark- 
hamsted. 

Also Nos. 10532, 12165. 

Asa Gilbert, (1755-1836), was a minute man at the Lexing- 
ton Alarm. He was placed on the pension roll of Litchfield 
Co., 183 1, for service of private in the Connecticut militia. 

Theodore Gilbert, (i 729-1821), served three years in the 
militia. His name is engraved as a soldier of the Revolution 
on a bronze tablet at Barkhamsted. 

Also No. 15053. 

MISS EMMA WOLCOTT. 22530 

Born in Wethersfield, Connecticut. 

Descendant of William Wolcott, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Samuel Wolcott and Mary E. Morgan, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Horace Wolcott and Rhoda Robbins, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Wolcott and Huldah Wells, his second 
wife. 

William Wolcott, (1754-1841), was placed on the pension 
roll of Hartford county for service of private in the Connecti- 
cut militia. He was born in Wethersfield, where he died. 

Also No. 17417. 

MRS. JANE B. SANTEE. 22531 

Born in Hartford, Connecticut. 
Wife of Milton Santee. 

Descendant of Lieut. Roger Wadsworth, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Roswell Blodgett and Frances Church, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James Church and Mary Wadsworth, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Roger Wadsworth and Anne Prior, his wife. 
Roger Wadsworth, (1756-1810), was commissioned lieuten- 
ant, 1777, and served three years in the Fifth Regiment un- 



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der Col. Philip Burr Bradley. He was born in Hartford, 
where he died. 

Also No. 2569. 

MISS MARIAN HASTINGS JONES. 22532 

Born in Berlin, Connecticut. 

Descendant of Capt. John Hastings, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Horace Kimball Jones and Ruth Newcomb Hastings, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Hastings, Jr., and Ruth Washburn Newcomb, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Hastings and Mehetable Berry, his wife. 

John Hastings, (1743-1829), was a member of the Com- 
mittee of Correspondence and served in the militia as cap- 
tain. He was a delegate to the constitutional convention, 1779. 
He was born in Hardwick, Mass., where he died. 

Also No. 3505. 

MISS CLARA E. HILLYER. 22533 

Born in East Granby, Connecticut. 

Descendant of Capt. Andrew Hillyer, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Charles Tudor Hillyer and Catharine Robbins, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Andrew Hillyer and Lucy Tudor, his wife. 

Andrew Hillyer, (1743-1828), served as lieutenant, 1775, 
and as adjutant in the New York campaign, 1776. He com- 
manded a company of dragoons when Tryon invaded the 
colony and was presented with a rifle for his gallant conduct. 
He was born in Simsbury ; died in Granby. 

MRS. CLEMENTINE L. D. WELLING. 22534 

Born in Hartford, Massachusetts. 

Widow of James C. Welling, LL. D. 

Descendant of Nathaniel Cogswell, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of James Dixon and Elizabeth Lord Cogswell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. Jonathan Cogswell, D. D., and Elizabeth Ab- 
bott, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Cogswell and Lois Searle, his wife. 

Nathaniel Cogswell, (1739- 1822), was a member of the 
Committee of Correspondence and Safety of Rowley, 1776. 
He was bom in Ipswich ; died in Rowley, Mass. 



l88 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MISS ELIZABETH L. DIXON. 22535 

Born in Hartford, Connecticut. 
Descendant of Nathaniel Cogswell. 

Daughter of James Dixon and Elizabeth Lord Cogswell, his wife. 
See No. 22534. 

MRS. JULIA GRISWOLD ZACHER. 22536 

Born in Bradford, Connecticut. 

Wife of Edmund Zacher. 

Descendant of John Booth, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Joel Watson Griswold and Julia Meeker, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Meeker and Salina Hull, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Truman Hull and Parmelia Booth, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Booth and Sarah Mattoon, his wife. 

John Booth, (1755-1833), was placed on the pension roll of 
New Haven Co., 1831, for service of private in the Connecti- 
cut Continental Line. He was born in Wallingford. where he 
died 

Also Nos. 10912, 14729, 17421. 

MISS BESSIE MAY KENDRICK. 22537 

Born in Wallingford, Connecticut. 

Descendant of Joel Ives, Jr., of Connecticut. 

Daughter of William A. Kendrick and Frances Almira Mix, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Garry Ives Mix and Almira Mix, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Mix and Olive Ives, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joel Ives, Jr., and Olive, his wife. 

Joel Ives, Jr., (1760-1808), was placed on the invalid pen- 
sion roll, 1785. He served as private from Wallingford, 
where he was born and where he died. 

Also Nos. 16056. 

MRS. MARY RICE MERRIAM. 22538 

Born in Sunderland, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Charles B. Merriam. 
Descendant of Justus Rice. 

Daughter of Justus Rice and Jane Griggs, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Roswell Rice (1790-1851) and Betsy Andrews, his 

wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Justus Rice and Lois Perkins, his wife. 
Justice Rice. (1756-1809). enlisted, 1776, in Capt. John 



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Couch's company of Connecticut militia and was taken pris- 
oner at Fort Washington. 
Also No. 5238. 

MISS IDA S. FROST. 22539 

Born in Bridgewater, Connecticut. 

Descendant of Lieut. . David Boland, Jr., of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Henry S. Frost and Emeline Boland, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Frederic Boland and Jacintha Randall, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Reuben Boland and Abigail Foster, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Boland, Jr., and Betty Keeler, his wife. 

David Boland, Jr., (1748-95), served as cornet in the militia 
Light Horse and as lieutenant in Major Elisha Sheldon's dra- 
goons, 1776. He was born in Woodbury; died in Sharon. 

MRS. ELLA MILLICENT SMITH. 22540 

Born in Berlin, Connecticut. 

Widow of Myron Smith. 

Descendant of David Goodrich and of Salmon Hollister, of 
Connecticut. 

Daughter of Alonzo Dunham and Maria Hollister, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Salmon Hollister, Jr., and Nancy Goodrich, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Salmon Hollister and Millicent Goodrich, his 
wife; David Goodrich and Huldah Booth (b. 1760), his wife, m. 1783. 

David Goodrich was a private in Capt Selah Heart's com- 
pany at Boston, 1776. He was born, 1757, in New Britain, 
where he died. 

Salmon HolHster, (1746-1826), served as a soldier. He was 
born in Berlin, where he died, 

MISS lONE BENHAM. 22541 

Born in South Meriden, Connecticut. 

Descendant of David Beebe, William Hodge and Capt. 
Gideon Hotchkiss. 

Daughter of Thomas Alonzo Benham, Jr., and Estelle Maria Smith, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Alonzo Benham and Fanny Beebe, his 
wife; Elliott Smith and Lucinda Parmelee, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Beebe (1781-1857) and Belinda Hodge 
(1779-1865), his wife; Edward Smith and Sally Hotchkiss, his wife. 



190 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Beebe and Lydia Terrill, his wife, 
m. 1768; William Hodge and Lucy, his wife; Asahel Hotchkiss and 
Sarah Williams, his first wife, m. 1781. 

Gr. -gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Deacon Gideon Hotchkiss and Mabel 
Stiles, his second wife, m. 1763. 

David Beebe, (1747-1840), was placed on the pension roll of 
Lorain Co., Ohio, 1831, for service of private in the Continen- 
tal Line. He died in Elyria, Ohio. 

WilHam Hodge, (1734-79), enlisted from Waterbury and 
died from the effects of wounds in service. 

Gideon Hotchkiss, (1716-1807), who had fought in the early 
wars, served on the first Waterbury Committee of Safety. He 
organized a company for the relief of Danbury. 

Also Nos. 5286, 8526, 9737, 1 1355, 12504, 19704, 20845, 21880. 

MRS. MAY L. REMINGTON. 22542 

Born in New Haven, Connecticut. 

Wife of Harvey N. Remington. 

Descendant of Samuel Durand, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Edwin A. Jones and Cornelia Durand, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George A. Durand and Eunice, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Durand and Susanna Hitchcock, his 
wife, m. 1781. 

Samuel Durand, (1761-1831), enlisted from Waterbury at 
the age of sixteen as a musician. His widow, 1838, when 76 
years old, was allowed a pension in Cheshire, Conn., for eight 
months' actual service of her husband. 

MISS ELLEN WALES DOW. 22543 

Born in Concord, New Hampshire. 

Descendant of Sergt. Isaac Dodge. 

Daughter of John French Dow and Elizabeth Stearns, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Francis Dow and Sarah French, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Lemuel Dow and Trephenia Dodge, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Dodge and Sarah Utley, his wife. 

Isaac Dodge, (1740-1806), turned out as sergeant from 
Windham, Conn., at the Lexington Alarm. He died in Lemp- 
ster, N. H. 

MRS. MINNIE MARIE HIMES SMITH. 22544 

Born in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Frederick W. Smith. 



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Descendant of Matthew Butler, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Russel S. Himes and Anna Merry Hubby, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Hiram Hubby and Polly Maria Huxford, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Henry Huxford and Sarah Butler, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Matthew Butler and Anna Merry, his wife. 
Matthew Butler, (1753-1832), served as a private from 
Lenox, where he was born and where he died. 

MRS. MARIA L. BRONSON BRADLEY. 22545 

Born in Waterbury, Connecticut. 

Widow of William L. Bradley. 

Descendant of Joseph Bronson, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Joseph Bronson and Hannah Porter, his wife. 

Joseph Bronson, (i 764-1 851), was placed on the pension 
roll for service of private. He was born in Waterbury, where 
he died. 

MRS. FLORENCE PRATT EOSTER BOARDMAN. 22546 

Born in Meriden, Connecticut. 

Wife of Edward Allen Boardman. 

Descendant of Maj. Samuel Camp and of Thomas Foster, of 
Connecticut. 

Daughter of Albert Foster and Ada Ann Camp, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Matthew Foster and Charlotte Preston, his wife; 
Lyman Coe Camp and Emma Coe, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Foster and EHzabeth Berry, his wife; 
Abel Coe and Ada Camp, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Camp and Phoebe Coe, his wife. 

Samuel Camp, (1735-1810), served as lieutenant at the Lex- 
ington Alarm and rose to the rank of major of militia. He 
was born in Durham, where he died 

Also No. 19662. 

Thomas Foster, (1736-1806), served two enlistments tmder 
different commands as a private. He was born in Meriden, 
where he died. 

Also Nos. 1 1848, 17915- 

MRS. FANNIE C. WALLACE. 22547 

Born in Wallingford, Connecticut. 
Wife of Henry Wallace. 
Descendant of Col. William Douglas, of Connecticut. 

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192 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Daughter of George W. Elton and Cornelia Munson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Medad W. Munson and Henrietta Dutton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Amos Dutton and Hannah Douglas, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of WiUiam Douglas and Hannah Mansfield, 
his wife. 

William Douglas, (1742-77), recruited a company and aided 
in the capture of St. Johns, 1775. He commanded a regiment 
at the battles of Long Island, Harlem Heights, White Plains, 
and exposure in the campaign caused his death. He was born 
in Plainfield ; died in Northfield. 

MISS BERTHA A. MOSS. 22548 

Born in Cheshire, Connecticut. 
Descendant of Lieut. Titus Moss, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Julius Moss and Eme.'et Bartholomew, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Joel Moss and Nancy Upson, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Joel Moss and Abigal Hotchkiss, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Titus Moss and Mary Atwater, his wife. 
Titus Moss, (1738-1818), served as ensign and lieutenant 
from Cheshire, where he was born and where he died. 

MRS. AUGUSTA CULVER MILES. 22549 

Born in Winsted, Connecticut. 

Wife of Richard W. Miles. 

Descendant of Joseph Barney and of Patteshall Wakefield, 
of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Lucius L. Culver and Harriet Kinney, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Philander Culver and Prusia Hewitt, his wife; 
Nisus Kinney and Sally Wakefield, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Lorenzo Culver and Elizabeth Baldwin, his 
wife; Aden Wakefield and Susannah Barney, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Baldwin (1713-1800) and Mercy 
Eaton, his wife; Patteshall Wakefield and Margaret Phelps, his first 
wife; Joseph Barney and Sybil Chapman, his wife. 

Joseph Barney served as a private in the company from Ash- 
ford in the first call for troops. 

Patteshall Wakefield, (1746-1829), enlisted, 1777, for three 
years in Capt. John Harmon's company. He was born in 
Ashford ; died in Colebrook, Conn. 

Also No. 21430. 



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MISS SARAH ELISABETH COOK. 22550 

Born in Meriden, Connecticut. 
Descendant of John Booth, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Samuel Cook and Harriet Booth, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Booth (1755-1833) and Sarah Mattoon, his 
wife. 
See No. 22536. 



MISS FLORA J. NEWELL. 22551 

Born in Southington, Connecticut. 

Descendant of Lieut. John Hamlin, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Henry J. Newell and Ellen M. Cowles, his first wife. 

Granddaughter of Levi Newell and Julia Hamlin (b. 1795), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Hamlin and Abiah Phinney, his second 
wife. 

John HamHn, (i 736-1821), was appointed ensign, 1774, and 
1776 was lieutenant of Eleventh Company, Fifteenth Regi- 
ment. He was born in Suffield ; died in Farmington, Conn. 



MRS. JENNIE HILL BROOKS. 22552 

Born in Wallingford, Connecticut. 

Wife of Arthur Middleton Brooks. 

Descendant of Edward Fenn, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Franklin Hill and Hannah Augusta Fenn, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Abner Fenn and Marietta Tuttle, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joel Ferm. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Edward Fenn. 

Edward Fenn, (1763- 1834), was placed on the pension loll 
of New Haven county, 1831, for service of private in the Con- 
necticut Continental line. He was born in Wallingford, where 
he died. 

MISS E. JOSEPHINE LOCKROW. 22553 

Born in Meriden, Connecticut. 

Descendant of Ezra Park and of Lieut. Jonathan Ford. 

Daughter of Jacob Lockrow and Mary Josephine Park, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Addison Park (1801-82) and Welthia Ford (1802- 
92), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ezra Park and Anna Beebe (1762-1842), his 
wife; Jesse Ford (1766-1833) and Azubah Lee (1771-1861), his wife. 



194 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Ford and Ruth Hamlin (1745- 
1817), his wife. 

Ezra Park, (1759- 1827), served three years in the corps of 
Connecticut artificers. He was born in Sharon, Conn. ; died 
in Canaan, N. Y. 

Jonathan Ford, (i 736-1 831), served as lieutenant of the 
New York levies. 

Also No. 17912. 

MRS. LOUISE EMILIE DARNSTAEDT SORG. 22554 

Born in Meriden, Connecticut. 

Wife of Carl F. Sorg. 

Descendant of Moses Chalker, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Clemens T. Darnstaedt and Louisa Jennet Spencer, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William H. Spencer and Emeline Elisabeth Hills, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Spencer and Fannie Chalker, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Moses Chalker. 

Moses Chalker was placed on the pension roll of Middlesex 
county, 1 83 1, for service of private in the Connecticut Con- 
tinental Line. He was born in Saybrook, 1759. 

MRS. LUCRETIA BAILEY STILLMAN. 22555 

Born in Meriden, Connecticut. 

Wife of J. E. Stillman. 

Descendant of Eliakim Bailey, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Theodore Frelinghuysen Bailey and Emily Roberts, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Levi Bailey and Cynthia Harvey, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Eliakim Bailey and Thankful Brainerd, his wife. 

Eliakim Bailey, (1758-1838), was placed on the pension roll 
of Middlesex Co., for service of private in the Connecticut 
Continental Line. He was born in Haddam, where he died. 

MRS. ELLEN PALMER SPREWENBURG. 22556 

Born in Marlborough, Connecticut. 
Wife of Jacob Bernard Sprewenburg. 
Descendant of Michael Moses, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Israel Jones Palmer and Flora Wells, his wife. 



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Granddaughter of Horace Wells and Amy Moses, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Michael Moses and Thankful Case, his wife. 

Michael Moses, (1737-97), served as a private in the de- 
fense of the seacoast. He was born in Simsbury, where he 
died. 

Also Nos. 7230, 8340, 14922, 16027. 

MISS ANNA N. BAILEY. 22557 

Born in Meriden, Connecticut. 
Descendant of EHakim Bailey. 

Daughter of Nelson Newton Bailey and Mary Ann Brown, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Levi Bailey and Cynthia Harvey, his wife. 
See No. 22555. 

MISS MINNIE A. BAILEY. 22558 

Born in Meriden, Connecticut. 
Descendant of Eliakim Bailey. 

Daughter of Oscar Marsh Bailey and Mary Ann Brown, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Levi Bailey and Cynthia Harvey, his wife. 
See No. 22555. 

MRS. JULIA LOUISA MACK YALE. 22559 

Born in Portland, Connecticut. 

Wife of Frederick Lewis Yale. 

Descendant of Hezekiah Mack, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Oliver W. Mack and Hulda Lucretia Chapman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Romantha Mack and Mehitable Knowles, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Hezekiah Mack and Ann Mack, his wife. 

Hezekiah Mack, (1754-1836), was placed on the pension 
roll, 1832, for eleven months' service of private in the Con- 
necticut militia. He was born in Haddam, where he died. 

Also No. 3887. 

MRS. SUSAN MERWIN HINE BEARDSLEY. 22560 

Born in Orange, Connecticut. 
Wife of George W. Beardsley. 

Descendant of John Merwin, and of John Merwin, Jr., of 
Connecticut. 
Daughter of Harvey Moses Hine and Delia Maria Bristol, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Simeon Bristol and Patty Merwin, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Merwin and Susannah Welch, his wife. 



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DAUGHTERS OF THE) AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Merwin, Jr., and Elizabeth Bucking- 
ham, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Alerwin and Elizabeth Nettleton, 
his wife. 

John Merwin, (1707-92), served as a minute man during 
the Revolution. 

John Merwin, Jr., (1735-1826), enlisted, 1777, in Capt. 
Jehiel Bryant's company to reenforce the army at Peekskill. 
He was born in Milford, where he died. 

Also Nos. 13064, 131 17, 20848. 

MRS. GRACE ELVIRA COUCH BIRDSEYE. 22561 

Born in New Milford, Connecticut. 

Wife of Henry Shelton Birdseye. 

Descendant of John Couch, Capt. Joshua Ingraham, An- 
thony Van Doom. 

Daughter of Dr. Charles Frederick Couch and Mary Alice Montville, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. John Whitfield Couch and Mary Christopher 
Van Doom, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Couch and Rhoda Bennett, his wife; 
Moses Van Doom (1758-1825) and Sarah Swan Wardwell, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Anthony Van Doom and Ruth Ingraham, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joshua Ingraham and Martha Lawton, 
his wife. 

John Couch, (1760- 1824), enlisted as a fifer at the age of 
fifteen. He served under different commands in many battles ; 
was taken prisoner, 1777, and exchanged, 1778. He died in 
Pine Plains, N. Y. 

Joshua Ingraham, (1705-93), was one of the committee of 
seven appointed by the citizens of Bristol, Rhode Island, 1774, 
to draw up patriotic resolutions in regard to the Boston Tea 
Party. He was born in Bristol, where he died. 

Anthony Van Doom, (1736-86), was a liberal contributor to 
the cause and his house at Bristol was burned by the British, 
1778, as he was a patriot. 

MRS. JENNETTE SELINA PARDEE BRINSMADE. 22562 

Born in Trumbull, Connecticut. 
Wife of Daniel Seymour Brinsmade. 
Descendant of Moses Pardee, of Connecticut. 



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Daughter of John Henry Pardee and Sarah Caroline Edwards, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Wiham Pardee and Rebecca Andrews, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Moses Pardee and Sarah Wilmot, his wife. 

Moses Pardee served in the artillery for the defense of New 
Haven when Tryon invaded the colony. He was born, 1744, 
in East Haven. 

MISS FRANCES LOUISE BRINSMADE. 22563 

Born in Huntingdon, Connecticut. 

Descendant of Capt. Abraham Brinsmade, Moses Pardee, 
Abel Beach and Rev. James Beebe, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Daniel Seymour Brinsmade and Jennette Pardee, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Stiles Brinsmade and Catherine Mallett, his 
wife; John Henrj' Pardee and Sarah Caroline Edwards, his wife. 

See No. 22562. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Brinsmade and Betsey Beach, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Brinsmade and Mary Beebe, his 
wife; Abel Beach and Sarah Edwards, his wife, m. 1769. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Brinsmade and Mary Wheeler, 
his wife ; James Beebe and Ruth Curtice, his wife. 

Abraham Brinsmade, (1725-1801), was commissioned cap- 
tain of militia, 1777. He served as deputy of Fairfield Co., 
1777-8, and was appointed justice of the peace, 1779. He was 
born in Fairfield county, where he died. 

Also No. 17708. 

Abel Beach, (1743-18CX)), served as a private, was taken 
prisoner and confined on ship in New York harbor. 

James Beebe, (1718-85), was chaplain in the colonial wars 
and in the first call for troops, 1775, he asked leave of ab- 
sence of North Stratford Church and served eight months as 
a private. His son James was a member of the Cincinnati. 

Also No. 15467. 

MISS ADA MARIA GESNER. 22564 

Born in Derby, Connecticut. 
Descendant of Abijah Beardsley and of Abraham Bassett, of 
Connecticut. 
Daughter of Sidney Edwin Gesner and Frances Beardsley, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William H. Gesner and Mary Ann Mann, his wife ; 



198 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Talmadge Beardsley (1786-1871) and Elizabeth Bassett (1806-82), his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nicholas Gesner and Gracie Post, his wife; 
Abijah Beardsley and Elizabeth Ann, his wife; Abijah Bassett (b. 1782) 
and Mary Durand, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Bassett and Mary Baldwin (1759- 
1849), his wife, m. 1780. 

Abijah Beardsley, (175 5- 1830), was placed on the pension 
roll of New Haven county, 1818, for service of private in the 
Connecticut Line. He was born in Derby, where he died. 

Abraham Bassett, (1753-1833), served at the siege of Bos- 
ton, the battles of Long Island, Kip's Bay and White Plains. 
He was placed on the pension roll of New Haven county, 1831, 
for service of private in the Connecticut Continental Line. He 
was born in Derby, where he died. 

Also Nos. 3215, 6387, 8976. 

MRS. CORNELIA GRACE SANFORD PETERSON. 22565 

Born in Newton, Connecticut. 

Wife of John Peterson. 

Descendant of Dan Welton, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Harris Sanford and Martha Emmeline Merrick, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Moses Sanford and Filena Lines, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Eber Lines and Hannah Welton (b. I7S7). 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Dan Welton and Ann Bruster (1732-90), 
his wife, m. 1755. 

Dan Welton served in the New York campaign and his name 
is on the list of Capt. John Lewis's company from Waterbury, 
where in 1731 he was born. 

MRS. ELLA PAULINE SMITH. 22566 

Born in Chicago, Illinois. 
Wife of Francis Mathews Smith. 

Descendant of Corp. Daniel Pratt, of Massachusetts, 
Daughter of Charles Waite and Cynthia Thatcher, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Martin Thatcher and Elmira Malterner, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Peter Thatcher and Betsey Pratt, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Solomon Pratt and Rebecca Richardson, his 
wife. 

Gr. -gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Pratt and Mary Patten, his wife. 

Daniel Pratt, (1741-78). enlisted from Bridgewater; served 



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at the Lexington Alarm; at the siege of Boston and in the 
New York campaign. He died in camp. 
Also Nos. 3686, 13256. 

MRS. LUCILLE MARSHALL WILDE WILLIAMS. 22567 

Born in Newark, New Jersey. 

Wife of John Newton Williams. 

Descendant of Samuel Dayton, of Long Island. 

Daughter of Richard Watson Wilde (1835-86) and Sarah Angle 
Mills (1837-90), his wife. 

Granddaughter of Shephard Mills (1801-84) and Huldah Dayton 
(1801-90), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Brewster Dayton (1766-1843) and Bet- 
sey Clark (1772-1856), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Dayton and Elizabeth Brewster, his 
second wife. 

Samuel Dayton enlisted for the war, 1776, in the New York 

Line under Capt. Samuel Sackett, Fourth Regiment. He 

died, 1777, of disease contracted in the army. 

MRS. MINERVA JAMES CAMP HILL. 22568 

Born in Seymour, Connecticut. 

Wife of Alfred Hill. 

Descendant of Judge Giles Pettibone, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Lewis Camp and Elizabeth James, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Phineas W. Camp and Louisa McNeil, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abel Camp and Desire Pease, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughteer of Obadiah Pease and Desire Pettibone, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughteer of Giles Pettibone. 

Giles Pettibone, (1735-1810), served in the Burgoyne cam- 
paign and on the Hudson. He was the first representative 
from Norfolk in the General Assembly, and in 1779 was ap- 
pointed judge. He was born in Simsbury ; died in Norfolk. 

Also No. 6471. 

MISS LILLIAN MINERVA RUGG. 22569 

Born in Seymour, Connecticut. 
Descendant of Isaac Johnson, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Frederick Arthur Rugg and Louise Ellen James, his 
wife. 



200 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Granddaughter of Thomas James and Minerva Hepzibah Rowe, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Frederick Rowe and Hepzibah Johnson (b. 
1803), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Rev. Jesse Johnson (1773-1829) and Hep- 
zibah French, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Johnson and Lois Hopkins (1738- 
1814), his wife, m. 1758. 

Isaac Johnson, (1735-1813), served several enlistments as a 
private. He was born in Derby, where he died. 

Also No. 4374. 

MRS. JULIA MARIA SMITH. 22570 

Born in Watertown, Connecticut. 

Wife of George Smith. 

Descendant of Elisha Hamlin, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Henry Starr Weller and Lydia Richmond, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Justice Weller and Clarissa Hamhn, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of EHsha Hamlin. 

Elisha Hamlin was placed on the pension roll, 1832, of 
Litchfield county for service of private in the Connecticut 
Continental Line. He was born in New Milford, 1754, where 
he died. 

MRS. MARY HOXIE LAMBERT. 22571 

Born in Stonington, Connecticut. 

Wife of Joseph Lambert. 

Descendant of Amos Clift. 

Daughter of Benjamin F. Hoxie and Harriet W. Clift, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathaniel Clift and Eunice Denison, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Amos Clift and Mary Coit, his wife. 

Amos Clift, (1737-1806), served on committees of Preston, 
Conn., to enlist soldiers. He was born in Marshfield, Mass. ; 
died in Griswold, Conn. 

Also Nos. 3184, 18107. 

MRS. CLARA HARWOOD. 22572 

Born in Union Springs, New York. 
Wife of Clayton E. Harwood. 
Descendant of Col. John Hathorn. 

Daughter of Zachariah Story Winegar and Hannah Hathorne, his 
wife. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 20I 



Granddaughter of John Hathorne, Jr., and Hannah Post, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Hathorn and Ehzabeth Willings, his wife. 

John Hathorn, (1749-1829), was chairman of the Committee 
of Safety, 1776, and 1779, colonel of Orange county militia at 
the Minisink Alarm. He was born in Elkton, Delaware ; died 
in Warwick, N. Y. 

Also Nos. 1 1883, 17039. 

MRS. BELLE PINNEY PRESTON. 22573 

Born in ElHngton, Connecticut. 

Wife of Edward H. Preston. 

Descendant of Sergt. Eleazer Pinney, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Edward C. V. Pinney and Harriet P. Moody, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Eleazer Pinney (b. 1793) and Damaris Chapman, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Eleazer Pinney and Anna McKinney (1772- 
1855), his second wife. 

Eleazer Pinney, (1753-1835), served as sergeant in the Bur- 
goyne campaign and was in the battles of Stillwater and Sara- 
toga. He held many offices of trust in Windsor, where he was 
born and where he died. 

Also Nos. 6690, 8298, 19989. 

MRS. CLARA F. McLEAN TALCOTT. 22574 

Born in Manchester, Connecticut. 

Wife of George Talcott. 

Descendant of Ebenezer Strong, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Charles McLean and Octo Siloma Strong, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ebenezer Strong, 2d, and Mary Day, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Strong, ist, and Lucy Lawrence, his 
wife. 

Ebenezer Strong, (1754- 1824), served at the Lexington 
Alarm, at the siege of Boston and was with the troops that 
occupied the city after the evacuation. He was born in Bol- 
ton, where he died. 

Also Nos. 4429, 7700. 

MRS. GRACE PIERSON COFFIN COOLEY. 22575 

Born in Windsor Locks, Connecticut. 
Descendant of Ens. Abraham Pierson, Dodo Pierson, Jacob 
Sargent, Jr., and Eleazer Gaylord, all of Connecticut. 



202 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOEUTION. 

Daughter of Herbert Raymond Cofifin and Julia (Dexter) Haskell, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Haskell Dexter and Lydia Pierson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Seth Dexter and Sylvia Gaylord (b. 1787), his 
wife, m. 1808; William Seward Pierson, M. D., and Nancy Sargeant, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Eleazer Gaylord and Sylvia Clark, his wife; 
Abraham Pierson and Lydia Redfield, his wife; Jacob Sargeant, Jr., 
and Olive Paine, his wife, m. 1785. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Dodo Pierson and Mary Seward, his 
wife. 

Abraham Pierson, (1756- 1823), served as sergeant at the 
New Haven Alarm and was ensign at the close of the war. 
He was born in Killingworth, where he died. 

Dodo Pierson, (1724-96), served in the field at Peekskill, 
1777, with the Connecticut militia. 

Eleazer Gaylord, (1753-1817), was a minute man at the 
Lexington Alarm from Windsor, where he was born and 
where he died. 

Jacob Sargeant, Jr., (1761-1843), was placed on the pension 
roll of Hartford county, 1832, for service of artificer in the 
Connecticut Continental Line. 

Also Nos. 2589, 2590, 18058. 

MRS. EMILY H. BLISS. • 22576 

Born in Colchester, Connecticut. 

Widow of Edward A. Bliss. 

Descendant of Nathaniel Foote, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Alfred Isham Loomis and Abigail Foote, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathaniel Foote and Abigail (Foote), his wife. 

Nathaniel Foote, (1742-1829), served as a private at the 
battle of White Plains and was at New London, when it was 
attacked. He was born in Westchester, New London Co., 
Conn., where he died. 

Also No. 21371. 

MRS. SARAH HALL ANDERSON. 22577 

Born in Milford, Delaware. 
Wife of James F. Anderson. 
Descendant of Lieut. John Pettigrew. 
Daughter of Purnel Hall and Ann Pettigrew Millechop, his wife. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 203 



Granddaughter of James Millechop and Leah Pettigrew, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Pettigrew and Nancy McNeall, his wife. 

John Pettigrew, (i 754-1812), was appointed lieutenant in 
the State navy by the Assembly of Virginia, 1776. He was 
born in Virginia; died in Milford, Del. His heirs received a 
bounty, 1831, for his service in the Revolution. 

Also Nos. 12556, 19093. 

MISS HELEN CONKLING BARTLETT. 22578 

Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Lieut. John Pettigrew. 

Daughter of John Kemp Bartlett and Virginia Cowgill, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Ezekiel Cowgill and Sarah Gordon Millechop, his 
wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of James Millechop and Leah Pettigrew, his wife. 
See No. 22577. 

MISS ANNIE PETTIGREW GREER. 22579 

Born in Kent County, Delaware. 
Descendant of Lieut. John Pettigrew. 
Daughter of John Greer and Mary Millechop, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James Millechop and Leah Pettigrew, his wife. 

See No. 22577. 

MRS. KATE NAUDAIN HARDCASTLE. 22580 

Born in Leipsic, Delaware. 
Wife of Dr. Alexander Hardcastle. 
Descendant of Lieut. John Pettigrew. 
Daughter of Elias Naudain and Margaret Millechop, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James Millechop and Leah Pettigrew, his wife. 
See No. 22577. 

MRS. ELIZABETH WILLIS McCALLUM. 22581 

Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of William Henry McCallum. 

Descendant of Hon. Philip Barratt. 

Daughter of Rev. Jonathan Spencer Willis and Annie Barratt Town- 
send, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Townsend and Elizabeth Barratt, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Barratt and Ann Lufif, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Judge Andrew Barratt and Ann Clark, his 
wife. 



204 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI^UTION. 



Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Philip Barratt and Miriam Sipple, his 
wife. 

Philip Barratt, (1729-84), was commissioned sheriff of 
Kent county, 1775, and served several terms in the Legisla- 
ture of Delaware. 

MRS. MARY ELIZA MOORE. 22582 

Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of J. Allen Moore. 

Descendant of Judge John Wiltbank, of Delaware. 

Daughter of Joshua P. Fierve and Mary Ehzabeth Jerman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Noble T. Jerman and Eliza Metcalf, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Metcalf and Mary Wiltbank, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Cornelius Wiltbank and Ann Burton, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Wiltbank and Mary Stockley, his 
wife. 

John Wiltbank, (1731-92), was a member of the conven- 
tion, 1776, and of the Committee of Safety, 1777. He was ap- 
pointed justice of the Court of Common Pleas of Sussex 
county, 1777. He was born in Lewes; died in Dover. 

Also No. 16065. 

22583 

22584 

MRS. LAVINIA R. K. TAPLEY. 22585 

Born in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Charles Warren Tapley. 
Descendant of Lieut. John Pettigrew. 

Daughter of Rev. Charles Karsner, M. D., and Lavina Rosalie Mille- 
chop, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James Millechop and Leah Pettigrew, his wife. 
See No. 22577. 

MRS. ANNA HALL YARDLEY PRETTYMAN. 22586 

Born in Jersey City, New Jersey. 

Wife of Charles G. Prettyman. 

Descendant of Lieut. John Pettigrew. 

Daughter of Maj. Eldridge Taylor Yardley and Clara Willson Hall, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Purnel Hall and Ann Pettigrew Millechop, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Millechop and Leah Pettigrew, his wife. 

See No. 22577. 



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MRS. CLARE M. YARDLEY PULSFORD. 22587 

Born in South Orange, New Jersey. 
Wife of Ernest Pulsford. 
Descendant of Lieut. John Pettigrew. 

Daughter of Maj. Eldridge Taylor Yardley and Clara Willson Hall, 
his wife. 
Granddaughter of Purnel Hall and Ann Pettigrew Millechop, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of James Millechop and Leah Pettigrew, his wife. 
See No. 22577. 

MISS VIRGimA GREER YARDLEY. 22588 

Born in South Orange, New Jersey. 
Descendant of Lieut. John Pettigrew. 

Daughter of Maj. Eldredge Taylor Yardley and Clara Willson Hall, 
his wife. 
Granddaughter of Purnel Hall and Ann Pettigrew Millechop, his wife. 
See No. 22577. 

MRS. EDITH GILLESPY WILLIS. 22589 

Born in New York, N. Y. 

Wife of Jonathan Spencer WilHs. 

Descendant of Maj. John Gillespy, of New York. 

Daughter of Isaac Hurd Gillespy and Mary Augusta Dunton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jason Gillespy and Jane Haight, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Gillespy and Magdalene Smedes, his wife. 

John Gillespy, (1741-1809), served as captain and major in 
the Ulster county militia. He was born in Scotland ; died in 
Saugerties, N. Y. 

MISS HELEN HUGHES. 22590 

Born in Greenwich, New York. 
Descendant of Jonathan Durham, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of Rear Admiral Aaron Konkle Hughes and Marion Whel- 
den, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Darius Butler Whelden and Abigail Gillette, his 

wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dr. Fidelio Buckingham Gillette and Tabitha 

Dunham, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Dunham and Eunice Dunn, his 

wife. 
Jonathan Durham, (1752-1832), served as a private in the 

New Jersey militia. 
Also No. 1 148. 



206 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOEUTION. 

MRS. BELLE HAMLIN BURCH. 22591 

Born in Oakland County, Michigan. 

Descendant of Capt. Seth Hamlin, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of John Fairchild Hamlin (b. 1799) and Laura Andrus, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Elijah Hamlin (1767-1858) and Lydia Rope (1767- 
1839), his wife, m. 1789. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Seth Hamlin and Mary Pitcher, his first wife, 
m. 1761. 

Seth Hamlin, (1740-95), enlisted in the Berkshire county 
militia for three years and, 1778, was appointed purchasing 
commissary. He was born in Wareham ; died in Alford. 

MRS. ESLIE ROOT DECKER. 22592 

Born in Hanover, New York. 

Wife of William Henry Decker. 

Descendant of Lieut. Isaac Van Wart, of New York. 

Daughter of Charles Root and Eliza Bennett, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Elijah Bennett and Jane Van Wart, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Van Wart and Amy Bishop, his wife, 
m. 1779. 

Isaac Van Wart, (1750- 1840), was placed on the pension 
roll of Rensselaer county, 18 18, for service of lieutenant in the 
New York Line. He died in Pittstown, N. Y. His widow 
also received a pension. 

MRS. FANNY GREENHOW WILLIAMS GRESHAM. 22593 

Born in Indinola, Texas. 

Wife of Edwin James Gresham. 

Descendant of Capt. John Tyler, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Thomas Greenhow Williams and Mary Christiana Curtis, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Curtis, M. D., and Christiana Tyler, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Tyler and Mary Morot Armstead, his 
wife. 

John Tyler, (1747-1813), served with the minute men of 
Hanover county, 1775. He was judge of the Admiralty 
Court, 1778. and Speaker of the House of Delegates, 1781. 

Also No. 5631. 



I^INEAGE BOOK. 207 



MRS. SARAH GREELEY PATl^ERSON. 22594 

Born in Mount Vernon, Maine. 

Widow of James G. Patterson. 

Descendant of Noah Greeley, of Maine. 

Daughter of David Morrill Greeley and Susan Philbrick, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Noah Greeley and Hannah Morrill, his wife. 

Noah Greeley, (1757-1836), was placed on the pension roll 
of Kennebec county for service of private in the New Hamp- 
shire Continental Line. 

MRS. HANNAH B. SPERRY. 22595 

Born in Plymouth, Ohio. 

Wife of J. H. Sperry. 

Descendant of William (Richard) Kelison. 

Daughter of WilHam Cole Bassett and Lavinia Greenwood (1813- 
1901), his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Greenwood and Elizabeth Kelison, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William (Richard) Kelison and Mary Ritchie, 
his wife. 

William (Richard) Kelison was born in Dublin, Ireland; 
lived near Trenton, N. J., during the Revolution and served in 
the militia. 

MRS. MARTHA CROCKETT FOWLER. 22596 

Born in Sanbornton, New Hampshire. 

Wife of Edwin H. Fowler. 

Descendant of Jonathan Thompson and of Lieut. John Har- 
vey, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Arthur Jonathan Crockett and Nancy Harvey, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Crockett and Sarah Thompson (1799-1867), 
his wife, m. 1726; Gilman Harvey and Nancy Stevens, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Thompson and Elizabeth Jewell, his 
second wife; John Harvey and Nancy Harvey, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Thompson (b. 1722) and Catharine 
Mason, his wife. 

Jonathan Thompson served as cornet in the cavalry. He 
was born in Stratham and died there about 1803. 

John Harvey, (1751-1841), enlisted as a private, 1775, and 
rose to the rank of lieutenant. He was born in Manchester, 
where he died. 
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208 DAUGHT:eRS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MISS EUNICE BRAWLEY. 22597 

Born in Chester, South Carolina. 

Descendant of Hugh Harris, of North CaroHna. 

Daughter of James McKnight Brawley and Mary Eleanor Harris, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Leonard Harris and Mary Ann Robinson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Hugh Harris, Jr., and Eleanor Harris, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Hugh Harris and Martha Robinson, his 
wife. 

Hugh Harris, (1755-1825), enHsted, 1776, for three years in 
the North CaroHna mihtia. 

MISS SOPHIE H. CLARK. 22598 

Born in East Wilson, New York. 

Descendant of Reuben Clark, of New York. 

Daughter of Charles Marsh Clark and Mary W. Lewis, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathaniel Clark and Hannah Marsh, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Reuben Clark and Mary Peppard, his wife. 

Reuben Clark, (i 743-1813), was active in all patriotic work 
and furnished the lumber for the Chevaux de Frise. He was 
born in Bedford ; died in Cornwall, N. Y. 

Also No. 3712. 

MRS. ELIZABETH ALICE BEDON FISHBURNE. 22599 

Born in Colleton County, South CaroHna. 

Wife of Benjamin Postell Fishburne, M. D. 

Descendant of Gen. William Richardson Davie, Caleb Hal- 
sted, M. D., John McLure, James Bulloch and Brig. Gen. 
Allen Jones. 

Daughter of Josiah Bedon and Mary Camfield McLure, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Richard Stobo Bedon and Julia Ann Davie, his 
wife; Thomas McLure (1779-1860) and Ann Ferris Camfield, his wife, 
m. 1825. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Richard B. Bedon and Jane Bulloch Perry, his 
wife ; Hyder AUi Davie and Betsey Jones, his wife ; John McLure and 
Ann McKragan, his wife; David Camfield and Phebe Roberts Halsted, 
his wire, m. 1800. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Dr. James M. Perry and Frances Hunter, 
his wife ; William Richardson Davie and Sarah Jones, his wife ; Caleb 
Halsted, 3d, M. D., and Abigail Lyon, his wife. 



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209 



Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Perry and Jane Bulloch, his wife; 
Allen Jones and Mary Haynes (b. 1725), his first wife, ro. 1762. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Bulloch and Jean Stobo, his 
first wife. 

William Richardson Davie, (1756- 1820), a graduate of 

Princeton, volunteered with his fellow students, 1776. He 

organized a company of dragoons, joined Pulaski's Legion, 

rose to the rank of major and was severely wounded at Stono 

Ferry, 1779. In 1780 he equipped a body of cavalry, fought 

at Hanging Rock and Rocky Mount; saved the remnant of 

Gates's army at Camden; withstood three charges of Tarleton 

and the entire British force under Cornwallis at Charlotte and 

retired in good order. In 1781 he relinquished all hope of 

promotion in the field to aid Greene as commissary general of 

the southern army. He was born in Egremont, England ; died 

in Camden, S. C. 

Caleb Halstead, (1752-1827), served as surgeon in the Revo- 
lution. In 1825 Lafayette recognized his service to the French 
troops by calling on the ill patriot. He was born in New Jer- 
sey, where he died. 

John McLure served as a private in many battles in the par- 
tisan warfare of the Carolinas. He was born in Ireland ; died 
in Mecklenburg, 181 7. 

Also Nos. 723, 1093. 

James Bulloch, (1701-80), was a member of the Provincial 
Congress, 1775. He was born in Scotland; died near Savan- 
nah, Ga. 

Allen Jones, (1739-98), a graduate of Eton, was a noted pa- 
triot and military leader. He was chosen brigadier general 
for Halifax district, 1775, and delegate to the Continental 
Congress and was succeeded by his brother Willie. He was 
born in Halifax Co. ; died in Northampton Co., N. C. 

Also Nos. 530, 81 13, 12192. 

MRS. EFFIE MACKINTOSH NEWELL. 22600 

Born in Charlestown, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Frederick Haynes Newell. 

Descendant of Hon. Roger Sherman, Lieut. John Sherman 
and Col. William Mackintosh. 



2IO DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of John Sherman Mackintosh and Josephine Mcintosh, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Gideon Mackintosh, Jr., and Nancy Sherman, his 
second wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Gideon Mcintosh and Mehitable Dewing, his 
wife; John Sherman and Nancy Tucker, his second wife, m. 1794. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of WilHam Mcintosh and Abigail Whiting, 
his wife; Roger Sherman and Elizabeth Hartwell, his first wife. 

Roger Sherman, (1721-93), was a member of the first Con- 
tinental Congress, a signer of the Declaration of Independence. 
He served on the Board of War, in the Treasury, and, 1783, 
the Legislature appointed him to revise the statutes of Con- 
necticut. He died in New Haven. 

John Sherman, (1751-1801), served as paymaster Continen- 
tal army, 1777-80. He was born in New Milford, Conn., died 
in Canton, Mass. 

Also Nos. 981, 4868, 6755, 821 1, 1 1054, 20604. 

William Mcintosh, (1722-1813), who had served in the 
early wars, was appointed colonel, 1776. He gave continuous 
service to the close of the war. He was born in Dedham ; 
died in Needham, Mass. 

MRS. EMMA SCOTT STITT. 22601 

Born in Steubenville, Ohio. 

Wife of Dr. Edward Rhodes Stitt, U. S. N. 

Descendant of Judge Henry Wynkoop, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of George Scott and Mary Wirtz Vansant, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Silas Vansant and Claudine Regnet, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Regnet and Ann Wynkoop, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Henry Wynkoop and Susannah Waushaer, 
his wife. 

Henry Wynkoop, (1737-1816), was a member of the Com- 
mittee of Safety, 1776, and also served as an officer in the 
Associators. He was elected to the Continental Congress for 
several terms. He was born in Northampton Co., and when 
he died in Bucks Co., was associate judge. 

Also No. 6625. 

MRS. MARY EMILY DONELSON WILCOX. 22602 

Born in Washington. Dictrict of Columbia. 
Widow of Col. John A. Wilcox. 
Descendant of Col. John Donelson. 



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Daughter of Andrew Jackson Donelson and Emily Donelson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Donelson and Mary Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Donelson and Rachel Stockley, his wife. 

John Donelson, (1718-85), was a member of the House of 
Burgesses when dissolved by Lord Dunmore, 1774, and signed 
the address to the people of Virginia. He was general sur- 
veyor and a pioneer of Tennessee. His perilous voyage, 1779, 
in the boat "Adventure," from Fort Patrick Henry on the Hol- 
ston river to what is now Nashville, was four months of pri- 
vation and suffering. The first cotton grown in the State was 
planted by him, 1780. He was active in the contests with the 
Indians and lost his life in that warfare. 

Also Nos. 183, 3926, 6646, 7374. 

MISS MARY RACHEL WILCOX. 22603 

Born in San Antonio, Texas. 
Descendant of Col. John Donelson. 

Daughter of John A. Wilcox and Mary Emily Donelson, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Andrew Jackson Donelson and Emily Donelson, 
his wife. 

See No. 22602. 

MRS. SARAH PEASE MACHIE EDWARDS. 22604 

Born in Dayton, Ohio. 

Wife of James Keith Edwards. 

Descendant of Joseph Pease, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of William Machie and Mary Pease, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Pease (1766-1842) and EHzabeth Pierce, 
his wife, m. 1790. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Pease and !Mindwell King, his wife, m. 
1756. 

Joseph Pease, (1728-94), was an advocate for liberty and 
suffered much in the struggle for independence. By his diary 
he served in any public capacity required by his town. He 
was born in Enfield ; died in Suffield, Conn. 

Also No. 14078. 

MRS. MARY BARR WARFIELD GIBBENS. 22605 

Born in Lexington, Kentucky. 
Wife of Alvaso F. Gibbens. 
Descendant of Capt. Joseph Burgess, of Maryland. 



212 DAUGHTe;rS of the AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Daughter of William Pollock Warfield and Maria Elizabeth Grif- 
fith, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Elisha Warfield and Mary Barr, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elisha Warfield and Ruth Burgess, his second 
wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Joseph Burgess and Elizabeth Dorsey, his 
wife. 

Joseph Burgess, (1727-1806), was a member of the Com- 
mittee of Safety. He served in the army with three brothers 
and four sons. He was born in Ann Arundel Co., Md., where 
he died. 

Also Nos. 719, 13234, 15571- 

MISS MARY MARTIN GREEN. 22606 

Born in Columbia, Georgia. 

Descendant of Justice Alfred Moore, of North Carolina. 

Daughter of Henry Duncan Green and Mary Lewis Martin, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Yancey Martin and Caroline Melinda 
Browning, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Moore Browning and Nancy Moore, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Alfred Moore. 

Alfred Moore, (1755-1810), commanded a company under 
his uncle, Col. James Moore. His father, uncle, brother and 
brother-in-law, all distinguished patriots, died in 1777, and to 
care for the helpless families, he was compelled to resign from 
the regular army. He gave valuable service in the militia and 
when the war closed his property had been destroyed and his 
condition was deplorable. A county was named after this dis- 
tinguished patriot and statesman. 

MRS. VIRGINIA DAY COOK. 22607 

Born in Whitewater, Wisconsin. 

Wife of Joseph Edwards Cook. 

Descendant of John Day and of Israel Greenleaf. 

Daughter of Frederick E. Day (b. 1846) and Josephine O'Connor, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ira Church Day (b. 1821) and Orcelia Greenleaf, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Day (b. 1786) ; William Greenleaf (b. 
1797) and Almira Sanford, his wife. 



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Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Day and Betty (b. 1770), his wife; 
Tilly Greenleaf. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Israel Greenleaf and Ursula Woods, his 
second wife. 

John Day, (1749-1803), served in the New Hampshire miH- 
tia at Ticonderoga, 1777. He was born in Keene, where he 
died. 

Israel Greenleaf, (1734-1824), served as a private in the 
Massachusetts miHtia. He was born in Bolton, Mass. ; died in 
Columbus, N. Y. 

Also No. 16392. 

MRS. AMELIA HUNTINGTON MOTT. 22608 

Born in Zanesville, Ohio. 
Wife of Hon. Gordon Newell Mott. 

Descendant of Sergt. John Huntington, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of John Huntington and Sarah Gofif, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Huntington and Abigail Abel, his wife. 
John Huntington, (1745-1815), enlisted from Norwich, 
where he was born and where he died. 
Also Nos. 9442, 20812. 

MRS. ELIZA CROSBY GIBBES SHOVER. 22609 

Born in Augusta, Georgia. 

Wife of Hayden Crosby Shover. 

Descendant of Hon. William Gibbes, Capt.-Lieut. William 
Hasell Gibbes and Maj. William Richardson, all of South 
Carolina. 

Daughter of Washington AUston Gibbes and Elizabeth Forster Hunt, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Robert Wilson Gibbes (1809-66) and Caroline 
EHzabeth Guignard, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Hasell Gibbes and Mary Philip Wil- 
son, his wife; James Sanders Guignard and Caroline Richardson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Gibbes and Elizabeth Hasell, his 
wife; William Richardson and Ann Magdalene Guignard, his wife. 

William Gibbes, (1722-89), served on the Committee of 
Safety of Charleston and in the Provincial Congress. He was 
born in Charleston, where he died. 

William Hasell Gibbes, (1754-1834), was a law student in 
London, 1774, and was one of thirty Amerinacs who petitioned 



214 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



the King against the Acts of Pariiament. When war began he 
escaped to Bermuda and reached Charleston. He became cap- 
tain-Heutenant of the battery of artillery, served at Beaufort 
and Savannah, was captured and imprisoned at St. Augustine. 
He was complimented for gallantry in action and, 1783, was 
a member of the Governor's Council. 

Also Nos. 8006, 10710. 

William Richardson, (1743-86), was commissioned captain 
of riflemen of provincial troops and served as major in the 
partisan warfare of South Carolina. 

MRS. MARY THOMAS GIBBES PLUMB. 22610 

Born in Augusta, Georgia. 

Wife of Francis Waring Plumb. 

Descendant of Hon. William Gibbes, Capt.-Lieut. William 
Hasell Gibbes and Maj. WilHam Richardson. 

Daughter of Washington Allston Gibbes and Elizabeth Forster Hunt, 
his wife. 

See No. 22609. 

MRS. EVA MIMS WIENGES. 2261 1 

Born in Edgefield, South Carolina. 

Wife of Joseph C. Wienges. 

Descendant of Col. Richard Tutt, of South Carolina. 

Daughter of Giles Dozier Mims and Mattie H. James, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Matthew Mims and EHza Perrin Tutt, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Richard Tutt and Elizabeth Perrin, his wife. 

Richard Tutt, (1749- 1807), commanded a company in the 
South Carolina Line, 1775. He was presented with a sword 
by the Governor of South Carolina which is now in possession 
of the family. He was born in Culpeper Co., Va. ; died in 
Edgefield, S. C. 

Also No. 1 1782. 

MRS. WILHELMINA ANDERSON ASHFORD. 22612 

Born in Oconee County, Georgia. 
Wife of Clement Hall Ashford. 
Descendant of Sergt. Charles Anderson. 

Daughter of Emory Fletcher Anderson and Margaret Foster, his 
wife. 
Granddaughter of James Clark Anderson and Nancy Dantz, his wife. 



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Gr. -granddaughter of Charles Anderson and Sarah Thornton, his sec- 
ond wife. 

Charles Anderson, (1750-1829), was sergeant in the Vir- 
ginia Line and received a grant of land for three years' ser- 
vice. He was born in Nottoway, Va. 

MRS. MINNIE EZZARD AVARY. 22613 

Born in Atlanta, Georgia. 

Wife of M. B. Avary. 

Descendant of Capt. James Perry. 

Daughter of William Ezzard and Clarissa Perry, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Josiah Perry and Clarissa Patterson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Walter Perry (1759-1825) and Elizabeth Phil- 
lips, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Perry and Elizabeth Briggs (b. 1734), 
his wife. 

James Perry, (1731-1815), was captain of Continental in- 
fantry, 1776. He was born in Massachusetts; died in Put- 
nam Co., N. Y. 

MRS. ELLA CLEMENT BRASWELL. 22614 

Born in Forsyth County, Georgia. 

Wife of Wesley Wellborn Braswell. 

Descendant of Francis Bell. 

Daughter of Isaac Sidney Clement and Araminta Octavia Bell, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Scott Bell (b. 1774) and Rachel Phinazee 
(b. 1773), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Francis Bell and Esther Montgomery, his wife, 
m. 1773. 

Francis Bell, (1750-1838), served in the Southern cam- 
paign and his account in verse of the battle of Guilford Court 
House is in the possession of the family. He was born in 
Virginia ; reared in North Carolina ; died in Jackson Co., Ga., 
and is buried in the cemetery of Liberty Methodist Church. 

Also No. 20892. 

MRS. ELIZABETH L. CHISHOLM ANDREWS. 22615 

Born in Atlanta, Georgia. 
Wife of Walter Andrews. 
Descendant of Capt. James Perry. 



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Daughter of Willis Patterson Chisholm and Martha Burnett Spullock, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Asbury Chisholm and Rebecca Elizabeth 
Perry, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Perry and Clarissa Patterson, his wife. 

See No. 22613. 

MRS. CORNELIA CHISHOLM DAY. 22616 

Born in Horse Cave, Kentucky. 
Wife of Thomas J. Day. 
Descendant of Capt. James Perry. 

Daughter of John Andrew Chisholm and Julia Pierce, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William Asbury Chisholm and Rebecca Elizabeth 
Perry, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Perry and Clarissa Patterson, his wife. 
See No. 22613. 

MRS. MA^Y ANDERSON GRESHAM. 22617 

Born in Watkinsville, Georgia. 
Wife of James T. Gresham. 
Descendant of Sergt. Charles Anderson. 

Daughter of Emory Fletcher Anderson and Margaret Foster, his 
wife. 
See No. 22612. 

MRS. CORNELIA VONA GOODWYNE. 22618 

Descendant of Capt. James Perry. 

Daughter of William Asbury Chisholm and Rebecca Elisabeth Perry, 
his wife. 
Granddaughter of Josiah Perry and Clarissa Patterson, his wife. 
See No. 22613. 

MRS. MARY ETHEL TOY LAMAR. 22619 

Born in Norfolk, Virginia. 
Wife of William Lamar. 
Descendant of Jason Horton. 

Daughter of Robert Boyte Toy and Mary Bockover, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Benjamin Terry Bockover and Sarah Elizabeth 
Hathaway, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Bockover and Eunice Horton, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jason Horton and Mary Terry, his wife. 



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Jason Horton was placed on the pension roll of Somerset 
Co., N. J., 1831, for service of private in the New Jersey mili- 
tia. He was born, 1758, in Southold, L. I. 

MRS. EMMA JANETTE LOOMIS POMEROY. 22620 

Born in Newburyport, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Edgar Josiah Pomeroy. 

Descendant of Sergt. John Stiles, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Elijah Williams Loomis and Janette Stiles, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Roger Stiles and Lucina Spellman, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Stiles and Ruth Roberts, his wife. 

John Stiles, (1750-1835), was placed on the pension roll of 
Hampden Co., Mass., 183 1, for service of private and ser- 
geant in the Massachusetts militia. He was born in Colches- 
ter, Conn. 

MRS. STELLA PORTER HARRELL. 22621 

Born in Dixon, Georgia. 

Wife of Charles Harrell. 

Descendant of Francis Bell and of John Phinazee. 

Daughter of George Kellogg Porter and Clarissa Antoinette Sanford, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Franklin Porter and Delana Scott Bell 
(b. 1813), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Scott Bell (b. 1774) and Rachel Phina- 
zee (b. 1773), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Francis Bell and Esther Montgomery (d. 
1817), his wife, m. 1773; John Phinazee and Sarah Harris, his wife. 

See No. 22614. 

John Phinazee, born in Ireland, came to this country at the 
age of ten. He served at Yorktown with the South Carolina 
troops. 

Also No. 20892. 

MRS. MARY BOCKOVER TOY. 22622 

Born in Edenton, North Carolina. 
Wife of Robert Boyte Toy. 
Descendant of Jason Horton, 

Daughter of Benjamin Terry Bockover and Sarah Elizabeth Hath- 
away, his wife. 
See No. 22619. 



2l8 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MRS. MARTHA HARDAWAY STRICKLAND. 22623 

Born in Georgia. 

Widow of Janes Henry Strickland. 

Descendant of Frederick Maclin. 

Daughter of Robert H. Hardaway and Isora Burch, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John William Hardaway and Virginia King, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Francis Eppes Hardaway and Elizabeth Hard- 
away, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Hardaway and Elizabeth Maclin, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Frederick Maclin and Lucy Rollins, his 
wife. 

Frederick Maclin was a member of the conventions of 1775- 
76. He died in Brunswick Co., Va., 1808. 

MISS ANNIE HUNTER. 22624 

Born in Newman, Georgia. 
Descendant of Capt. John Dickerson, of North CaroHna. 
Daughter of John A. Hunter and Rebecca Burch, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Robert S. Burch and Martha S. Reid, his wife. 
See No. 22626. 

MRS. VIRGINIA HARDAWAY McBRIDE. 22625 

Born in Newnan, Georgia. 
Wife of William Chadwell McBride. 
Descendant of Frederick Maclin. 

Daughter of Robert Hardaway and Isora Burch, his wife. 
See No. 22623. 

MISS MARTHA REID ROBINSON. 22626 

Born in Thomas County, Georgia. 

Descendant of Capt. John Dickinson and of Robert Simms, 
of North Carolina. 

Daughter of John E. Robinson and Isadore S. Burch, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Simms Burch and Martha S. Reid, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Gerard Burch and Susan Simms, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Robert Simms and Sarah Dickinson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Dickinson and Mary, his wife. 

John Dickinson, (1730-83), commanded a company in {he 



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North Carolina Line. He suffered great loss as Tories de- 
stroyed his property. 

Robert Simms, (1755-1815), served as a private in the com- 
pany of Capt. John Dickinson. He died in Georgia, where a 
chapter has been named after his noble wife. 

MISS SARAH CATHERINE GRAY. 22627 

Born in Nev/ London, Connecticut. 

Descendant of Nathaniel Adams, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of William Jefferson Gray and Abby Ann Adams, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Adams and Lydia Latham, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Adams and EHzabeth Comstock, his 
wife. 

Nathaniel Adams, (1739-81), was in Wadsworth's brigade 
in the retreat from New York and was at the battle of White 
Plains. He was killed at Groton Heights. He was born in 
Groton. 

Also Nos. 4615, 6561. 

MRS. FRANCES ELIZABETH HOBRON. 22628 

Born in New London, Connecticut. 
Wife of Thomas Henry Hobron. 
Descendant of Nathaniel Adams. 

Daughter of William Jefferson Gray and Abby Ann Adams, his wife. 
See No. 22627. 

MISS FRANCES A. LEMMON. 22629 

Born in Attica, Ohio. 

Descendant of Oliver Bartholomew. 

Daughter of Anthony Wayne Lemmon and Delia Bartholomew, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Bartholomew and Sarah G. Parker, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Oliver Bartholomew and Anna Lacy, his wife. 

Oliver Bartholomew, (1757-1850), was placed on the pen- 
sion roll of Jefferson Co., N. Y., 1818, for service of private 
in the Connecticut Continental Line. He was born in Bran- 
ford, Conn. ; died in Watertown, N. Y. 

Also No. 20233. 



220 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOEUTION. 

MRS. MARY ABBY SMITH. 22630 

Born in Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. 

Wife of William Owen Smith. 

Descendant of Nathaniel Adams. 

Daughter of Thomas Henry Hobron and Frances Elizabeth Gray, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Jefferson Gray and Abby Ann Adams, 
his wife. 

See No. 22627. 

MRS. BESSIE MORGAN FLICK. 22631 

Born in Fremont, Ohio. 

Wife of William Carl Fhck. 

Descendant of Sergt. Jesse Morse, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of John D. Morgan and Mina Emerson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jesse Emerson and Jemima Strawn, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Emerson (1773-1825) and Margery 
Morse (1773-1826), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jesse Morse and Rachel Allen (1732-1810), 
his wife. 

Jesse Morse, (1729-1805), turned out at the Lexington 
Alarm and was at the siege of Boston. He served several en- 
listments and was sergeant at the Rhode Island Alarm. He 
was born in Uxbridge, where he died. His sons Jesse, Joseph 
and Gideon also gave service. 

Also Nos. 15761, 21465. 

MRS. PHEBE ANNETTA HIGBY. 22032 

Born in Grand Ridge, Illinois. 

Wife of Herbert Higby. 

Descendant of Rev. James Finley, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Evans Finley and Mary Anne Crow, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ebenezer Finley and Phebe Woodward, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Finley and Violet Lowrey, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Finley and Hannah Evans, his wife. 

James Finley, (1725-95), was appointed by the Council, a 
special agent for the western counties and frontiers. He was 
born in Ireland ; died in Fayette Co., Pa. 

MISS MARY B. BKALL. 22633 

Born in Fredericktown, Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of John Donaghho, of Pennsylvania. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 221 



Daughter of Johsua O. Beall and Elizabeth Ann Donaghho, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Donaghho and Mary Newland, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of John Donaghho and Ann EHzabeth, his wife. 

John Donaghho, (1740-1812), served in the Second Regi- 
ment, Pennsylvania Line. He was born in Ireland; died in 
Washington Co., Pa. 

Also No. 15515. 

MISS ETTIE LEILA SMITH. 22634 

Born in McHenry, Illinois. 

Descendant of Capt. Zedekiah Drury, and of Ebenezer 
Drury, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Charles White Smith and Lucy Ball Gage, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Leonard Gage and Alaena Ball, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Gage, Jr., and Polly Drury (1776-1840), 
his wife, m. 1796. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Ebenezer Drury and Miriam Goodale, his 
wife, m. 1768. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Zedekiah Drury and Hannah Wooley, 
his second wife, m. 1741. 

Zedekiah Drury, (1716-77), who had served in the early 
wars, turned out from Temple at the Lexington Alarm and 
with him were his sons Zedekiah, Ebenezer and Gershom. 

Ebenezer Drury, (1743-1808), enhsted, 1777, for three years 
in Capt. Isaac Fry's company, Col. Alexander Scammell's regi- 
ment of New Hampshire troops. 

MRS. ALICE BURRALL BRIGGS. 22635 

Born in Rock Island, Illinois. 

Wife of Manuel Martin Briggs. 

Descendant of Col. Charles Burrall, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Edward Burrall (1815-76) and Ann Caroline Jack, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Edward Burrall (1786-1872) and Lucy Hunt (i793- 
1860), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ovid Burrall (1761-1835) and Lucy Wells 
(1765-1814), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Charles Burrall and Abigail Kellogg (1728- 
89), his wife. 

Charles Burrall, (1720- 1803), comm.anded a regiment that 
reenforced the army at Quebec. He marched at the Benning- 



222 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



ton Alarm and served under Gates at the northward. He was 
torn in Canaan, where he died. 

Also Nos. 6397, 7747, 1 1473, 12598. 

MRS. FLORENCE GERALDINE WEBER SHEFLER. 22636 

Born in Ontario, Ohio. 

Wife of Connell Billings Shefler. 

Descendant of Peter Tritt, Jr., Col. Thomas Smith and En- 
sign George Le Fevre, all of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Ludwig Weber and Jerucia Jane Martin, his wife, m. 
1844- 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Weber and Anna Tritt (1798-1837), his 
wife, m. 1818; Capt. John Martin and Mary Smith (b. 1800), his wife, 
m. 182 1. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Peter Tritt, Jr., and Elizabeth Le Fevre, his 
wife; Thomas Smith and Jerucia Jane Post (1777-1859), his second 
wife, m. 1797. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of George Le Fevre and Anna Barbara Slay- 
maker, his wife, m. 1761. 

Peter Tritt, Jr., (1755-1839), served two enlistments as a 
private in the Pennsylvania militia. 

Thomas Smith gave military and civil service in Pennsylva- 
nia. He was a celebrated lawyer and died, 1809, in Ohio Co., 
West Virginia. 

Also No. 17269. 

George I^e Fevre, (1739-1820), served as ensign in the 
Third Battalion, 1775, under Col. David Jamison. He was 
born in Lancaster county ; died in Cumberland county. 

MRS. ROSE ELETTA GILBERT KEHLER. 22637 

Born in Richburg, New York. 

Wife of Charles T. Kehler. 

Descendant of Sergt. Josiah Gilbert, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Sheldon Nathan Gilbert and Almira McLaughlin, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathan Gilbert and Betsy Wilcox, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Gilbert and Rachel Bobbit, his wife. 

Josiah Gilbert, (1740-1814), was a minute man at the Lex- 
ington Alarm and served as sergeant at the Rhode Island 
Alarm in the Fourth Bristol County Mass., Regiment. He 
was born in Norton, Mass. 



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uneage; book. 223 

MRS. ABBIE KETTELLE BABCOCK. 22638 

Born in Peoria, Illinois. 

Wife of Frederick R. Babcock. 

Descendant of Daniel Dickinson, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of George Henry Kettelle and Malina Arnold Keach, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Kettelle and Lucinda Dickinson, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Samuel Dickinson and Abigail Stockbndgc, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Dickinson and Sybil (Dickinson), his 
wife. 

Daniel Dickinson, (1756- 1826), enlisted as a private in the 
Hadley company commanded by Capt. Moses Kellogg, 1777, 
and subsequently served under Capt. Reuben Dickinson. He 
was born in Amherst; died in Hadley. 

Also No. 21544. 

MRS. LULU MAY KETTELLE COUNSELMAN. 22639 

Born in Matamora, Illinois. 
Wife of Willis Counselman. 
Descendant of Daniel Dickinson. 

Daughter of George Henry Kettelle and Malina Arnold Keach, his 
wife. 
See No. 22.6z$>. 

MRS. ANNIE MARY MINER COOK. 22640 

Born in Scriba, New York. 

Wife of Orrin Sherman Cook. 

Descendant of Lieut. William Woodworth. 

Daughter of Rufus Miner and Asenath Sharp, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Holland Sharp and Mary Woodworth, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Lott Woodworth and Asenath Heth, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Woodworth and Mary Lott, his 
wife. 

William Woodworth, (1735-1814), served as lieutenant in 
the New York militia. He was born in Litchfield Co., Conn. ; 
died in Cambridge, N. Y. 

MRS. MARJORIE COOK GELM. 22641 

Born in Burlington, Iowa. 
Wife of George E. Gelm. 

Descendant of Stephen Hempstead, of Connecticut. 
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224 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Daughter of Henry Trevor Cook and Eliza Hempstead, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles W. Hempstead and Elizabeth Cooper, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Charles S. Hempstead and Rachel Wilt, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Hempstead and Mary Lewis, his 
wife. 

Stephen Hempstead, (1752- 1832), served at Bunker Hill; 
was wounded at Harlem Heights and Fort Griswold. 
Also Nos. 2307, 4587, 7099, 12650, 13265, 15512, 16669, 18414. 

MRS. CARRIE THEODORA jMAYHEW VAUX. 22642 

Born in Merton, Wisconsin. 

Wife of Frederick T. Vaux. 

Descendant of Lieut. Ezra Cleveland and of Sergt. Seth 
Cleveland, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Thomas Mayhew and Sarah A. Parkes, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Mayhew and Zedidah Cleveland, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Cleveland and Mattie Cleveland (daugh- 
ter of Seth), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ezra Cleveland and Abiah Neal, his wife; 
Seth Cleveland (brother of Ezra). 

Ezra Cleveland, (1746-1822), served as second lieutenant in 
the county militia from Edgartown, where he was born and 
where he died. 

Seth Cleveland, (1742-1809), served as corporal and ser- 
geant in coast defense. 

Also Nos. 14985, 16873, 21463. 

22643 

MRS. ANNA M. DILLMAN. 22644 

Born in Reily, Ohio. 

Wife of Louis M. Dillman. 

Descendant of Capt. James Wright, of Virginia. 

Daughter of John Newton Carson and Jane Wright King, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Black King and Sarah Park Shields, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Shields and Jane Wright, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Wright and Sarah Park, his wife. 

James Wright entered the army, 1776. and at the close of 
the war, commanded a company. He was born in Ireland; 
died in Berkeley Co., Va. 

Also No. 19467. 



I.INEAGE BOOK. 225 



MRS. KATE PATTEN WELLS. 22645 

Born in Geneva, Illinois. 

Wife of Willis J. Wells. 

Descendant of Thomas Patten and of Col. Joseph Williams, 
of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of George De Neale Patten and Eliza Kellum, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Patten and Sally Williams, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Patten and Anna Woolson, his wife; 
John Williams and Mary Sumner, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Williams and Martha Howell, his 
first wife. 

Thomas Patten, (1734-1805), was a private in Capt. Phineas 
Stearns's company that marched from Watertown to reenforce 
Dorchester Heights. He was born in Billerica; died in 
Watertown. 

Joseph Williams, (1708-98), was a member of the Sons of 
Liberty, served as muster-master of minute men and as an 
officer of the guard in Cambridge, 1775. He was born in 
Roxbury, where he died. 

Also Nos. 105s, 6767, 9220, 11337, 16505, 19562, 21057. 

MRS. LUCY ELLEN COLE LAPHAM. 22646 

Born in Peru, New York. 

Wife of Joseph Lapham. 

Descendant of Sergt. Daniel Cole. 

Daughter of Frank Holbrook Cole, M. D., and Julia Celeste Person, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Stephen Cole, M. D., and Joa Holbrook, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Cole and Edith Wilbur, his wife. 

Daniel Cole, (1758- 1842), was placed on the pension roll of 
Sullivan Co., N. H., for service of private and sergeant in the 
Connecticut Continental Line. He was born in Plainfield, 
Conn. ; died in Plainfield, N. H. 

MISS FANNIE LOUISE BRx\DFORD. 22647 

Born in Macomb, Illinois. 
Descendant of Robert Prince, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Edv/in Freeman Bradford and Emily Murilla Prince, his 
wife. 



226 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Granddaughter of Daniel Perrin Prince and Emily Carpenter, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Asa Prince and Polly Perrin, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Robert Prince and Jemima Bixby, his wife. 

Robert Prince, (i 754-1 831), was a minute man from Kill- 
ingly, at the Lexington Alarm. He died in Thompson, Conn. 

MRS. MARY TOWNE REDINGTON. 22648 

Born in Brooklyn, New York. 

Wife of Edward D. Redington. 

Descendant of Shubael Stone, Eliphalet Stone and John 
Rogers, of New Hampshire; Jacob Towne and Zebulon Per- 
kins, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Ezra Towne and Julia Rowena Stone, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jacob Towne, Jr. (1768- 1836), and Mary Perkins, 
his wife, m. 1802 ; Shubael Stone and Polly Rogers, his wife, m. 1791. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Towne and Elizabeth Perkins, his wife, 
m. 1766; Zebulon Perkins and Mary Wildes, his wife, m. 1767; Eli- 
phalet Stone and Lydia Stoddard, his wife ; John Rodgers and Esther 
Ball, his wife. 

Shubael Stone, (1766- 1823), served on the Hudson near the 
close of the war. He was born in Weston, Mass. ; died in 
Marlboro, N. H. 

Eliphalet Stone, (1735-1817), served in Capt. James Lewis's 
company, 1777. He died in Marlboro, N. H. 

John Rogers, (1747-1827), enlisted to reenforce the garrison 
at Ticonderoga, 1777, under Capt. Enoch Hale. 

Also Nos. 17132, 20903. 

Jacob Towne, (1728-1807), responded to the call for troops 
at the Lexington Alarm. He was born in Topsfield, where 
he died. 

Zebulon Perkins, (1740-1810), was a private in Capt. 
Stephen Perkins's company at the Lexington Alarm, from 
Topsfield, where he was born and where he died. 

MRS. ADELE BLOODGOOD FOWLER. 22649 

Born in New York, N. Y. 
Wife of Ernest Spencer Fowler. 
Descendant of Ensign Thomas Fosdick. 
Daughter of Francis W. Bloodgood and Clara James, his wife. 



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Granddaughter of John Bradley James and Abigail Comstock Fos- 
dick, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James William Fosdick and Abigail Dexter 
Comstock, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Fosdick and Mehitable Hawkins, 
his wife. 

Thomas Fosdick, (1756-1801), served as ensign and brigade 
major under his step-father Gen. John Glover. He was born 
in Boston ; died in Portland, Maine. 

MRS. FRANCES P. OSGOOD ARMSTRONG. 22650 

Born in Brookfleld, Illinois. 

Wife of Marshall N. Armstrong. 

Descendant of Lieut. Josiah Osgood and of Lieut. Daniel 
Toll, of New York. 

Daughter of Luther P. Osgood and Catherine M. Toll, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Luther Osgood and Lucy Osgood, his wife; Simon 
De Witt Toll and Susan Cande, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Osgood and Jane Byington, his wife; 
Daniel Toll and Susanna Swits, his wife. 

Josiah Osgood, (1740-1830), served as lieutenant at the 
Lexington Alarm in the Massachusetts militia. He was born 
in Sterling, Mass.; died in Verona, N. Y. 

Daniel Toll, (1751-1832), was ensign and lieutenant in the 
Albany county militia. He was born in Schenectady, where 
he died. 

Also No. 20880. 

MRS. MARIE C. BRYANT MIDDLETON. 22651 

Born in Princeton, Illinois. 
Wife of De Vane King Middleton. 
Descendant of Samuel Baker. 

Daughter of Edward R. Bryant and Elenore Field McDuflfie, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Isaac McDuffie and Cynthia Baker, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Baker and Esther Fields, his wife. 
Samuel Baker, (1761-1854), served as a private in the 
Dutchess county militia, 1781-83. He died in Cameron, N. Y. 

MISS IDA WATSON WOODROW. 22652 

Born in Morris, Illinois. 
Descendant of Lieut. Col. George Wilson and of Aaron 
Putman. 



2^8 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of John W. Woodrow and Peorah Underwood, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Woodrow and Juliet Wilson, his wife; 
Samuel Underwood and Margaret Putnam, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William George Wilson and Sallie Inskip, his 
wife ; Fisher Putnam and Jane Ellison, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of George Wilson and Elizabeth McCreary, 
his wife ; John A. Putnam and Machtelt Visscher, his wife. 

Gr. -gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Putnam and Elizabeth Pock, his 
wife. 

George Wilson, (1728-77), who was born in Scotland, 
served as lieutenant colonel of the Eighth Pennsylvania Regi- 
ment, 1776, and was at the battle of Trenton. 

Also No. 12062. 

Aaron Putman, (1719-80), was killed at Tribes Hill by the 
British and Indians in Sir John Johnson's raid of the Mohawk 
Valley. He was born in Schenectady, N. Y. His sons Cor- 
nelius, Victor and James served in the New York militia. 

Also No. 13992. 

MISS ELLA MARGARET WOODROW. 22653 

Born in Morris, Illinois. 
Descendant of Lieut. Col. George Wilson and of Aaron Put- 
man. 
Daughter of John W. Woodrow and Peorah Underwood, his wife. 
See No. 22652. 

MRS. EVA MUNSON SMITH. 22654 

Born in Moulton, Vermont. 

Wife of George Clinton Smith. 

Descendant of Caleb Munson, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of William Chandler Munson and Hannah Bailey, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ammi R. Munson and Sophia Preston, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Caleb IMunson and Mary Lee, his wife. 

Caleb Munson, (1746-1802), enlisted from Goshen and 
served at Ticonderoga, 1777. After the surrender of Bur- 
goyne he reenlisted, 1778, was taken prisoner and returned 
home, 1781. He was born in WalHngford, Conn.; died in 
North River, Canada. 

MRS. SARAH V. DE HAVEN ROOSA. 22655 

Born in Xenia, Ohio. 
Wife of Charles Augusta Roosa. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 229 



Descendant of Peter De Haven, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Peter De Haven and Elizabeth Lewis Foreman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William De Haven and Elisabeth McNelly, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac De Haven and Abigail Philips, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Peter De Haven and EHsabeth Night, his 
second wife, m. 1763. 

Peter De Haven, (i 722-1816), conducted the public gun 
factories and powder mills of Pennsylvania, and in 1776, was 
ordered by the Council of Safety to make public the process 
of boring gun barrels. He declined to be agent of forfeited 
estates but aided the army by purchasing hay for winter quar- 
ters. He was born in Philadelphia, where he died. 

Also No. 10758. 

MRS. DEANE DE HAVEN ROOSA STEWART. 22656 

Born in Mattoon, Illinois. 

Descendant of Peter De Haven. 

Daughter of Charles Augustus Roosa and Sarah V. De Haven, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Peter De Haven and Elisabeth Lewis Foreman, 
his wife. 

See No. 22655. 

MRS. EMILY CLARISSA LYON GARY. 22657 

Born in Ludington, Michigan. 

Wife of John W. Gary. 

Descendant of Capt. Walter Deane. 

Daughter of Thomas Lyon and Harriett Rice, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Lyon and Clarissa Kellogg, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Judge Amos Kellogg and Paulina Deane (b. 
1782), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Walter Deane and Abigail Adams, his wife. 

Walter Deane, (1751-1814), entered the army as ensign, 
served in many battles and was retired as captain, 1783. He 
was an original member of the Cincinnatti, of Massachusetts. 
He was born in New London, Conn. ; died in Phelps, N. Y., 
while on a visit to his son. 

Also Nos. 3639, 4289, 6902, 21604. 



230 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MRS. MARY TAYLOR ALEXANDER. 22658 

Born in Franklin, Ohio. 

Wife of Albert J. Alexander. 

Descendant of William Taylor. 

Daughter of Rev. Henry William Taylor and Mary Virginia Kemper, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Isaac Taylor and Lydia Perkins, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Taylor and Lucy Embry, his wife. 

William Taylor, (1744-1830), served as private and as 
wagon master in the Monmouth Co., New Jersey militia. He 
was born in Upper Freehold, N. J. ; died near Bainbridge, 
Ohio. 

Also No. 9039. 

MRS. CAROLINE CRANE BRIGGS. 22659 

Born in Berkley, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Dr. Benjamin B. Briggs. 

Descendant of Abel Crane, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Levi Lankton Crane (1793-1864) and Sophia Dilling- 
ham, his wife, m. 1823. 

Granddaughter of Luther Crane (1762-1824) and Sarah Strowbridge, 
his wife, m. 1783. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abel Crane and Jemima Burt, his wife, m. 
1756. 

Abel Crane, (1718-1801), served in special secret service. 

He was born in Berkley, where he died. 

Also No. 10005. 

MISS LILIAN WHITNEY BLAIR. 22660 

Born in Crawfordsville, Indiana. 

Descenoant of Rev. William Johnston and of Sergt. Witter 
Johnston, of New York. 

Daughter of Robert Blair and Jane Johnston, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. James Henry Johnston and Eliza Grover, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Witter Johnston and Jane Campbell, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of WilHam Johnston and Anne Witter Cum- 
mings, his wife. 

William Johnston, (1713-83), was a patriot preacher who 
had the courage of his convictions which made him obnoxious 
to the Tories and Indians. The manuscript of his Thanksgiv- 



LINKAGE BOOK. 23 1 



ing sermon delivered, 1782, was shown at the Sidney Centen- 
nial Jubilee, 1872. 

Witter Johnston, (1753-1839), was a pioneer of Cherry Val- 
ley, gave valuable service to the close of the war and was 
among those who dined with Washington when he visited that 
locality, 1783. He was placed on the pension roll of Dela- 
ware county, 1 83 1, for service of private and sergeant in the 
New York Continental Line. 

Also Nos. 9040, 10002. 

MRS. MARY CAMPBELL CRANE. 22661 

Born in Crawfordsville, Indiana. 

Wife of Benjamin Crane. 

Descendant of Rev. William Johnston and of Sergt. Witter 
Johnston. 

Daughter of Prof. John L. Campbell and Mary Johnston, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. James Henry Johnston and Eliza Grover his 
wife. 

See No. 22660. 

MRS. MARY JOHNSTON CAMPBELL. 22662 

Born in Madison, Indiana. 
Wife of John Lyle Campbell. 

Descendant of Rev. William Johnston and of Sergt. Witter 
Johnston. 
Daughter of Rev. James Henry Johnston and Eliza Grover, his wife. 
See No. 22660. 

MRS. ELIZABETH WILLIAMS RISTINE OLIVE. 22663 

Born in Crawfordsville, Indiana. 

Wife of Edgar William Olive. 

Descendant of Theophilus Humphrey, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Theodore H. Ristine and Catharine William Thomson, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ben T. Ristine and Rhoda Florida Humphrey, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Loin Humphrey and Rhoda Case, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Theophilus Humphrey and Hepzibah Cor- 
nish, his wife. 

Theophilus Humphrey, (1744- 1826), was a minute man at 



2},2 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



the Lexington Alarm and served as a drummer at the siege 
of Boston. He was born in Simsbury, where he died. 
Also No. 10453. 

MRS. SUSAN CAROLINE TUTTLE. 22664 

Born in Rockaway, New Jersey. 

Wife of Rev. Joseph Farrand Tuttle. 

Descendant of Capt. Enoch Beach, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Rev. Barnabas King and Katharine Beach, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Enoch Beach and Hannah Young, his wife. 

Enoch Beach, (1757-1814), commanded a company in the 
Morris county miHtia. He was born in Hanover, N. J., where 
he died. 

Also No. 6364. 

MRS. KATHARINE ELIZABETH THOMSON. 22665 

Born in Rockaway, New Jersey. 
Wife of Rev. Everett B. Thomson. 
Descendant of Capt. Enoch Beach. 

Daughter of Rev. Joseph Farrand Tuttle and Susan Caroline King, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. Barnabas King and Katharine Beach, his wife. 
See No. 22664. 

MISS MARTHA SAWYER BROWER. 22666 

Born in Lawrenceburgh, Indiana. 

Descendant of Lieut. EHsha Sawyer, Jr., of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Jeremiah Henry Brower, M. D., and Mary Ann Sawyer, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Flagg Sawyer and Patience Learned, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elisha Sawyer, Jr., and Mary Belknap, his wife. 

EHsha Sawyer, Jr., (1743-1809), served as Heutenant in the 
Worcester county miHtia under Capt. Manasseh Sawyer. He 
was born in SterHng, where he died. 

MRS. CAROLINE L. MARSHALL. 22667 

Born in Cambridge, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Robert M. Marshall. 
Descendant of Lieut. EHsha Sawyer, Jr. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 233 



Daughter of William Bradford Thurston and Louisa Sawyer, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Samuel Flagg Sawyer and Patience Learned, his 
wife. 

Se No. 2.71^^. 

MRS. MARY HAMILTON ROW. 22668 

Born in Indianapolis, Indiana. 

Wife of Dr. G. S. Row. 

Descendant of John Smalley. 

Daughter of Joseph Dunn Hamilton and Emma Fay, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Anthony Fay and Mary Vail, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Moses Vail and Mary Smalley, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Smalley and Amy Sutton, his wife. 

John Smalley, (1747-1838), served as a minute man in the 
Middlesex county militia. He was born in Middlesex Co., 
N. J. ; died in Butler Co., Ohio. 

MRS. RACHEL WILSON WILSON, 22669 

Born in Harrison County, Virginia. 
Descendant of Col. Benjamin Wilson, of Virginia. 
Daughter of Benjamin Wilson and Phoebe Davidson, his second 
wife. 

Benjamin Wilson, (1747-1827), who served in the expedi- 
tion against Dunmore, was active in the warfare against the 
Indians. He was born in Shenandoah county; died in Har- 
rison county. 

Also Nos. 4095, 5719, 6510, 7843, 9168, 1 1606, 12180, 15231, 21825. 

MRS. FRANCES I^EN ROACH. 22670 

Born in Hopkinsville, Kentucky. 

Wife of Edward Cuthbert Roach. 

Descendant of John Keen, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Thomas Goucher Keen and Eleanor Hannah Jones, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Matthias Keen and Harriet Goucher, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Keen and Mildred Cooke, his wife. 

John Keen, (1747-1832), served in Capt. Richard Hum- 
phrey's company, Cadwallader's division of State troops. He 
was at the battle of Princeton, where he was injured. He 
was born in Philadelphia county, where he died. 

Also No. 5159. 



234 DAUGHTERS OF THE) AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MISS MARY ELIZABETH WOOD. 22671 

Born in Indianapolis, Indiana. 

Descendant of Abijah Wood and of Joshua Davis. 

Daughter of George Philip Wood and Mary Elizabeth Hines, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles A. Wood and Hannah French Washer, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Philip Wood and Dorothy Davis, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abijah Wood and Esther Lewis, his wife; 
Joshua Davis and Dorothy Wheeler, his wife. 

Abijah Wood, (1743-1819), was a private at Lexington, 
Ticonderoga and Saratoga in the Massachusetts miHtia. He 
was born in Dracut, Mass. ; died in HolHs, N. H. 

Joshua Davis, (1744-1840), was placed on the pension roll 
of Hillsboro Co., N. H., for service of private in the New 
Hampshire State troops and militia. He was born in Town- 
send, Mass. ; died in Mason, N. H. 

Also Nos. 6355, 15240, 18033, 20646. 

MRS. BERTHA CALL SHORE. 22672 

Born in Algona, Iowa. , 

Wife of F. E. V. Shore, M. D. 

Descendant of Asa Call. 

Daughter of Ambrose A. Call and Nancy E. Henderson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Asa Call, Jr., and Mary Metcalf, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Asa Call and Azuba Blue, his wife. 

Asa Call enlisted, 1776, under Capt. Benjamin Wait, was a 
private, 1780, in Capt. Benjamin Cox's company of rangers 
for the defense of Vermont and was wounded in service. He 
died in New York, 1825, at the home of his son, Asa. 

22673 
MRS. JOSEPHINE WOOD HARLE. 22674 

Born in Big Flather, New York. 
Wife of Harrison Douglas Harle. 
Descendant of Samuel Wood. 

Daughter of Amasa Wood and Olive Sutton, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Moses Wood and Peggy Newell, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Wood and Anna Caleflf, his first wife, 
m. 1784. 

Samuel Wood, (1761-1825). at the age of sixteen, marched 
from Westminster under Capt. Elisha Jackson to reenforce 



UNEAGE BOOK. 235 



the northern army. In 1778 he served in the defense of Bos- 
ton in Capt. John White's company, and 1779, enHsted as a 
private from Worcester county, Massachusetts, in the Conti- 
nental army and was honorably discharged, 1780. He was 
born in Westminster, Mass. ; died in East Smithfield, Pa. 

MISS CORA ETHEL HARLE. 22675 

Born in Council Bluffs, Iowa. 
Descendant of Samuel Wood. 

Daughter of Harrison Douglas Harle and Josephine Wood, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Amasa Wood and Olive Sutton, his wife. 
See No. 22674. 

MRS. KATE BRAINERD ROGERS. 22676 

Born in Blandford, Massachusetts. 

Wife of C. P. Rogers. 

Descendant of Timothy Hatch, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Nathan Hoit Brainerd and Eliza Hatch, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Timothy Linus Hatch and Sarah Walker Shepard, 
his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Timothy Hatch and Lucretia Rockwell, his 
first wife. 

Timothy Hatch, (1757-1838), served in the New York cam- 
paign, was captured at White Plains and confined in the 
"Bridewell." He was placed on the pension roll of Hartford 
Co., 18 18, for service of private in the Connecticut Line. He 
was born in Oxford ; died in Hartford. 

Also Nos. 6736, 17415. 

MISS FRANCES LOUISE ROGERS. 22677 

Born in Marengo, Iowa. 
Descendant of Timothy Hatch. 

Daughter of C. P. Rogers and Kate Brainerd, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Nathan Hoit Brainerd and Eliza Hatch, his wife. 
See No. 22676. 

MRS. MARY ELIZA MERRILL FOOTE. 22678 

Born in Plymouth, New Hampshire. 
Wife of John G. Foote. 

Descendant of Stephen Wells and of Joshua Copp, of New 
Hampshire. 



236 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Daughter of Stevens Merrill and Mehetable Worthly Wells, his wife 

Granddaughter of Joseph Merrill and Sarah Copp, his wife; Samuel 
Wells and Priscilla Dolbear, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joshua Copp and Sarah Poor, his wife ; Stephen 
Wells and Mehetable Worthley, his wife. 

Stephen Wells was a private in the New Hampshire militia 
at the battle of White Plains. He was born in Haverhill, 
Mass., about 1742; died in Plymouth, N. H. 

Joshua Copp, (1741-1804), served at the battle of Benning- 
ton and furnished supplies for the army. He was a member 
of the Committee of Safety. He was born in Hampstead, re- 
moved to Warren, 1768, where he died. 

Also No. 20951. 

MRS. LOUISE PEARSONS DOLLIVER. 22679 

Born in Hartford, Vermont. 

Wife of Hon. Jonathan Prentiss Dolliver. 

Descendant of Sergt. Amos Pearsons, Capt. William Barron, 
William Johnson, William Porter, Capt. Seth Hodges and 
John Putnam. 

Daughter of George Read Pearsons (1830-1904) and Wealthea Porter 
(1829-1881), his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Pearsons (1792-1857) and Hannah Putnam 
(1797-1892), his wife, m. 1817; William Porter, Jr. (b. 1784) and Anna 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Pearsons and Patience Kimball, his wife; 
John Putnam and Olive Barron (1765-1858), his wife, m. 1784; Wil- 
liam Porter and Mary Hodges (1758-1809), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Amos Pearsons and EHzabeth Nichols, his 
wife; Wilham Barron and OHve Johnson, his wife; Samuel Porter 
and Sarah Caulkins, his wife, m. 1748; Seth Hodges and Anna Hoar, 
his first wife, m. 1744. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of WilHam Johnson and Elizabeth Pierce, 
his wife ; William Hoar and Sarah Macomber, his wife. 

Amos Pearsons, (1734-85), was sergeant of the Third 
Parish Company of Andover. He was born in Andover, 
Mass. ; died in Lyndeboro, N. H. 

William Barron, (1738-1804), commanded a company of 
New Hampshire militia in the Canadian expedition, 1776. He 
was born in Lyndeboro, N. H., where he died. 

William Johnson, (1710-93), served in the Alarm list of 
Woburn, Mass., where he was born and where he died. 

Also No. 22145. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 237 



William Porter, (1749-1813), was born in Lebanon, Conn., 
removed, 1780, to Hartford, Vt., where he turned out, 1781, at 
the Royalton Alarm in Capt. Joshua Hayes's company. 

Seth Hodges, (1722-1809), was a member of the Committee 
of Safety of Pomfret, Vt., 1776. He raised a company, 1777, 
in Col. Joseph Marsh's regiment and served on the Hudson. 
He was born in Norton, Mass., died in Pomfret, Vt. 

John Putnam, (1763- 1 837), enlisted, 1781, in the First New 
Hampshire Regiment and at New Windsor was transferred to 
the Commander-in-Chief's Guard. This body was organized 
by Washington to be composed of "selected men well drilled 
and to be handsomely and well built." He was at the battle 
of Yorktown and honorably discharged at York, Pa., 1783. 
He received a pension for service in the New Hampshire Con- 
tinental Line. He was born in Lyndeboro, N. H. ; died in 
Hyde Park, Vt. 

Also Nos. 7549, 8374, 17072. 

MRS. ELIZA JANNETT CARTER. 22680 

Born in Madison, Connecticut. 

Wife of Sylvester Carter. 

Descendant of Elijah Wilcox, Jr. 

Daughter of Jared Wilcox (1790- 1862) and Irene Bartlett, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Elijah Wilcox, Jr., and Mary French, his wife. 

Elijah Wilcox, Jr., was a minute man at the Lexington 
Alarm from Kilhngworth where he was born, 1756, and where 
he died. 

MRS. LILLIE HOLCOMB MARSHALL. 22681 

Born in New York, N. Y. 

Wife of George Montgomery Marshall. 

Descendant of Humphrey Jeffrey, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Henry Philip Holcomb and Jane Amanda King, his wife 

Granddaughter of Joseph King and Eliza Jeffrey, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Humphrey Jeffrey and Ann Martha Chadwick, 
his wife. 

Humphrey Jeffrey, (1756-1835), served as a private in the 
Light Dragoons under Capt. John Walton and also in the 
New Jersey Continental Line. 



238 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



MRS. JOSEPHINE HOLCOMB MARSHALL. 22682 

Born in Brooklyn, New York. 
Wife of William Wallace Marshall. 
Descendant of Humphrey Jeffrey. 

Daughter of Henry Philip Holcomb and Jane Amanda King, his wife. 
See No. 22681. 

MRS. ELIZA JANE WHITE. 22683 

Born in Blairsville, Pennsylvania. 
Wife of James White. 
Descendant of John Robbins. 

Daughter of John Chrow and Jane Robbins (1801-77), his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Robbins and Elizabeth Repine, his first wife. 
John Robbins served as a private in the Gloucester county, 
New Jersey militia. He died, 1855, in Pennsylvania. 

MRS. CONSTANCE G. HOWLAND CHALKLEY. 22684 

Born in Kalamazoo, Michigan. 

Wife of Thomas H. Chalkley. 

Descendant of Lieut. Nathaniel Bowman Brown, of Massa- 
chusetts. 

Daughter of Clarke Goodhue Howland and Marcia Brown, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Asa Briggs Brown and Lephia Olympia Brown, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Brown and Sally Parker, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Bowman Brown and Abigail Page, 
his wife. 

Nathaniel Bowman Brown, (1737-1806), was commissioned 
second lieutenant in the Worcester county regiment, 1776. 
He was born in Lexington ; died in Lunenberg, Mass. 

MISS EDITH M. CLARKE. ^ 22685 

Born in Chetopa, Kansas. 

Descendant of Col. Daniel McEarland, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Adam Clarke and Martha J. Cook, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Cook and Jane Gardner, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Cook and Elizabeth McGiffin, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Cook (1751-1829) and Sarah Mc- 
Farland (1760-1851), his wife, m. 1775. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel McFarland and Sarah Barber, 
his wife. 



UNCAGE BOOK. 239 



Daniel McFarland, (1731-1817), commanded a battalion of 
Pennsylvania Rangers, 1778. He died in Washington Co. 
Also Nos. 9035, 161 13, 17482, 20928, 21963. 

MISS JULIA LEWIS. 22686 

Descendant of John Stephens. 

Daughter of John Lewis and Verinett Fayette Stephens, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Stephens and Martha Faulkner, his wife. 

John Stephens, (1763-1842), was placed on the pension roll 
of Franklin county, Ky., 1831, for service of private in the 
Virginia militia. He was born in Orange Co., Va. 

Also No. 16776. 

MRS. ELIZABETH HUNTINGTON STEWART. 22687 

Born in Beaver County, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Lewis Schabel Stewart. 

Descendant of William Davis, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of James Davis and Maria Flanegan, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Davis and Jane Johnston, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Davis and Isabel Scott, his wife. 

William Davis, (1756-1834), was placed on the pension roll 
of Beaver Co., Pa., 1819, for five years' actual service as a 
private in the Pennsylvania Line. 

22688 
MRS. SALLIE McCONNELL HUBBARD. 22689 

Born in Clinton, Kentucky. 

Wife of Dr. Charles Henry Hubbard. 

Descendant of James Nourse. 

Daughter of James McConnell and Martha Ann Winn, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Winn and Maria Bull Cooke, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Cooke and Catharine Burton Nourse, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Nourse and Sarah Fouace, his wife, 

James Nourse, (1731-84), represented Berkeley county in 
the Virginia House of Delegates, 1778. He was appointed 
commissioner, 1781, to settle the claims of Maryland and died 
at Annapolis. 

Also Nos. 681, 3014, 9721, 16538, 17998, 19186. 

^7 . ,M 



240 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI^UTION, 

MRS. WILLIE KERN CLAY. 22690 

Born in Bourbon County, Kentucky. 

Wife of Oliver Perry Clay. 

Descendant of Corp. William Bourne Branham and of 
Joseph Hedges. 

Daughter of Caleb Letton Kern and Eleanor Branham, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Webb Branham and Sithey Hedges, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of WiUiam Bourne Branham and Frances Vivian 
Webb, his wife; John Hedges and Catharine Troutman, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Hedges and Sarah Biggs, his wife. 

William Bourne Branham, (1763-1845), enHsted in the 
Light Dragoons at the age of sixteen and served to the close 
of the war. He was born in Virginia, received a pension as 
corporal of Virginia militia ; died in Bourbon Co., Ky. 

Joseph Hedges, (1743-1804), enlisted in Capt. John Comb's 
company, Col. Oliver Spencer's Continental regiment and 
served three years. He was born in Maryland ; died in Bour- 
bon Co., Ky. 

Also Nos. 14527, 16136. 

MRS. ROSALIE S. FLOYD HUMES. 22691 

Born in Saint Mary's Georgia. 

Wife of James White Humes. 

Descendant of Capt. Charles Floyd. 

Daughter of Charles R. Floyd and Juha Ross Boog, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Floyd and Isabella Maria Hazzard, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Charles Floyd and Mary Fenden, his wife. 

Charles Floyd, (1747-1820), raised a company of St. Helena 
guards in South Carolina. He was born in Virginia ; died in 
Georgia. 

Also No. 12292. 

MRS. LETITIA MAGOFFIN THOMPSON. 22692 

Born in Harrodsburg, Kentucky. 
Wife of John Charles Thompson. 
Descendant of Brig. Gen. Evan Shelby and of Gov. Isaac 

Shelby. 
Daughter of Beriah Magoffin and Ann Nelson Shelby, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Isaac Shelby and Maria Boswell Warren, his wife. 



UNliAGE BOOK. 24I 



Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Shelby and Susanna Hart, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Evan Shelby and Letitia Cox, his wife. 

Evan Shelby, (1720-94), commanded a company at Point 
Pleasant, 1774; led a successful expedition against the Chick- 
amauga Indians, 1779, and was made brigadier general of 
militia. He was born in Wales; died in King's Meadows, 
Tenn. 

Isaac Shelby, (1750-1826), served under his father at long 
Island Flats, 1776. For bravery at Kings Mountain and Cow- 
pens the Legislature of North Carolina presented him with a 
sword. He was born in Maryland; died in Kentucky where 
he was the first governor. 

Also Nos. 200, 1574, 2396, 4077, 5696, 6089, 7785, 8275, 10469, 16130, 
18004, 20961. 

MRS. JOSEPHINE CHAMBERLIN ELLIS. 22693 

Born in Romeo, Michigan. 

Wife of Ezekiel John Ellis. 

Descendant of Lieut. Isaac Wheeler Stanton, Levi Collins 
and Ephraim Collins. 

Daughter of Harvey Chamberlin and Juliaette McKeen, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John McKean and Sarah Collins, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Levi Collins (b. 1760) and Abigail Stanton, his 
wife, m. 1787. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ephraim Collins and Abigail, his wife; 
Isaac Wheeler Stanton and Ruth Ayers, his wife. 

Isaac Wheeler Stanton, (i 743-1 831), served as sergeant and 
second lieutenant of Connecticut miHtia in the New York cam- 
paign, 1776. He was born in Norwich, Conn.; died in Dan- 
ville, Vt. 

Levi Collins, (1760-1837), was placed on the pension roll of 
Macomb Co., Mich., 1818, for service of private in the New 
Hampshire Continental Line. 

Ephraim Collins, (1715-76), served in the New Hampshire 
militia in the Canadian campaign. Both he and his son 
Richard died of small-pox before Quebec. 

Also Nos. 16567, 18424, 20331. 

MRS. GRACE JEWELL WEBBER. 22694 

Born in Lincoln, Maine. 
Wife of Charles Prescott Webber. 



242 DAUGHTE;RS of the AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of William Fuller. 

Daughter of John Milton Jewell and Lucy Ann Richards, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jesse Richards and Lucy Fuller, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Fuller and Lucy Hodgkins, his wife. 

William Fuller, (1761-1842), was placed on the pension roll 
of Kennebec county, Maine, 1831, for service of private in 
the Massachusetts Continental Line. He was born in Ipswich, 
Mass. ; died in West Gardiner, Maine. 

MRS. GEORGIA PULSIFER PORTER. 22695 

Born in Ellsworth, Maine. 

Wife of Charles Byron Porter, M. D. 

Descendant of Capt. Daniel Sullivan, of Maine; Moses 
Rust, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Moses Rust Pulsifer, M. D., and Mary L. Berry, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Pulsifer and Mary Rust, his wife ; Robert 
Berry and Hannah Simpson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Moses Rust and Sarah Choate, his wife, 
"I- 1763 ; Josiah Simpson and Mary Sullivan, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Sullivan and Abigail Bean, his second 
wife. 

Daniel Sullivan, (1737-81), raised a company of militia for 
home defense. He was taken prisoner by an armed force 
from the ship "Allegiance," carried to Castine and offered 
parole which he refused. He was confined on the "Jersey" 
and died from ill-treatment. He was born in Berwick, Maine. 
His brother John was the distinguished general and president 
of New Hampshire and his brother James was governor of 
Massachusetts. 

Also No. 4323. 

Moses Rust, (1740-1827), served in the coast defense. He 
was born in Gloucester, Mass., where he died. 

Also Nos. 1987, 9639. 

MISS FANNIE M. HACKETT. 22696 

Born in Minot, Maine. 
Descendant of Samuel Bradbury, of Maine. 
Daughter of Samuel W. Hackett and Sarah E. Edgecomb, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William Hackett and Hannah N. Bradbury, his 
wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Bradbury and Hannah Noyes, his wife. 



IvINEAGE BOOK. 24'3 



^ Samuel Bradbury, (1757-96), served as private and matross 
in the Massachusetts Line. His widow received a pension for 
over fifteen months' actual service of her husband. 

MRS. JOSEPHINE PERCY WALKER. 22697 

Born in Leeds, England. 
Wife of John Edwin Walker. 

Descendant of Francis Whitmore and of Andrew Whitmore. 
Daughter of Nathaniel Ellis Percy and Mary Jane Bamforth, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Ellis Percy and Elisabeth Whitmore, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Whitmore and Lucy Conilliard, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Francis Whitmore and Mary Hall, his wife. 

Francis Whitmore, (1714-94), was a patriot who served in 
home defense. He was born in Medford, Mass.; died in 
Bowdoinham, Maine. 

Andrew Whitmore, (17601839), was placed on the pension 
roll of Lincoln Co., Maine, 183 1, for service of private in the 
Massachusetts militia. 

MRS. ELIZABETH J. HUTCHINSON. 22698 

Born in Litchfield, Maine. 

Wife of Alfred Beal Hutchinson. 

Descendant of John Rogers, Lieut. John Walker and John 
Bolden, of Maine. 

Daughter of William C. Williams and Mary Walker, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Williams and Betsy Rogers Williams, his 
wife; Samuel Walker and Abigail Bolden, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Rogers and Rebecca Daggett, his wife; 
Joshua Walker and Sally Huntington, his wife; John Bolden, Jr. (b. 
1788), and Rachel Glass, his first wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Walker and Elizabeth Burbank, his 
wife; John Bolden and Sybil Tarr, his wife. 

John Rogers, (1756-1824), enlisted as a private in Capt. 
Joseph Griffith's company, 1778. He was subsequently a sea 
captain. He was born in Eastham, Mass., removed to Maine, 
1798, where he died in Litchfield. 

Also No. 22000. 

John Bolden, (1745-1836), served during the war as a pri- 
vate. He was born in England; died in Litchfield, Maine. 



244 DAUGHTERS OF THE; AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



John Walker, (i 739-1816), served as ensign and second lieu- 
tenant in the Massachusetts militia. He was born in Kenne- 
bunk ; died in Litchfield, Me. 

MRS. CARRIE E. McFADDEN HUTCHINS. 22699 

Born in Embden, Maine. 

Wife of George W. Hutchins. 

Descendant of Lieut. Thomas McFadden, of Maine. 

Daughter of Ozias H. McFadden and Edith Cragin Pierce, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Andrew McFadden and EHsabeth Reirdan, his 
wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Thomas McFadden and Hannah Savage, his 
wife. 

See No. 22028. 

MRS. MATHILDE C. HEYL JACKSON. 22700 

Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of J. J. Jackson. 

Descendant of George Heyl, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of George A. Heyl and Kate Field, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William George Heyl and Mathilde Chardon, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Heyl, Jr., and Sarah Stewart, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of George Heyl and Dorothea Phyle, his wife. 

George Heyl served as a private in the Philadelphia militia. 
He died in Germantown, 181 5. 

Also No. 14240. 

MRS. JULIANA THRUSTON BOOKER. 22701 

Born in Cumberland, Maryland. 

Wife of Dr. William David Booker. 

Descendant of Col. Charles Mynn Thruston. 

Daughter of Charles Prate Manning (1817-86) and Mary Jeanette 
Thruston, his wife, m. 1830. 

Granddaughter of Charles Mynn Thruston and Juliana Hughes (i777- 
1881), his wife, m. 1820. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Judge Buckner Thruston (1764-1843) and 
Jeanette January, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Charles Mynn Thruston and Mary Buckner, 
his first wife. 

Charles Mynn Thruston, (1738-1812), a graduate of Wil- 
liam and Mary College, raised a company of volunteers in 



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F'rederick Co., Va., and joined the army in New Jersey, where 
he lost an arm and was disabled for a year. He was promoted 
colonel and known as the "Warrior Parson." He was born in 
Gloucester Co., Va. ; died in Louisiana. 
Also Nos. 1831, 9185, 18235, 20357. 

MRS. JULIA ANGELA RASIN CRAIG. 22702 

Born in Baltimore, Maryland. 

Wife of William Pinckney Craig. 

Descendant of Lieut. William Rasin and of Thomas Ring- 
gold, of Maryland. 

Daughter of F. Freeman Rasin and Julia Anne Claypoole, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Wilson Rasin and Mary R. Ringgold, his 
wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Philip Freeman Rasin and Rhoda Wilson, his 
wife; Edward Ringgold and Martha Ringgold, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Rasin and Sarah Freeman, his wife; 
Thomas Ringgold and Elizabeth Sudder, his wife. 

William Rasin, (1750-95), of Kent county, enlisted, 1777, 
as a corporal in the Fifth Regiment Maryland Line. He 
served through the war and in 1783 held the rank of 
lieutenant. 

Thomas Ringgold, (1744-78), was a member of the Commit- 
tee of Correspondence and a delegate to the convention at 
Annapolis, 1775, in which the "Association of Freemen" was 
formed. His name is among the signatures of that historic 
document. 

MRS. GERTRUDE RASIN GATCHELL. 22703 

Born in Baltimore, Maryland. 
Wife of William Tyler Gatchell. 

Descendant of Lieut. William Rasin and of Thomas Ring- 
gold. 
Daughter of I. Freeman Rasin and Julia A. Claypoole, his wife. 
See No. 22702. 

MISS ANNA BELLE FLOYD. 22704 

Born in Liberty Hill, South Carolina. 
Descendant of Lieut. Elisha Beall, of Maryland. 
Daughter of J. Walker Floyd and Harriet F. Pettit, his wife. 



246 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Granddaughter of Henry M. Pettit and Jane Mary Ann Beall, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Murdoch Beall and Frances McCleery, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elisha Beall and Jane Perry, his wife. 

Elisha Beall, (1745-1837), served as lieutenant in Maryland 
battalion of the Flying Camp under Capt. Reazin Beall at the 
battle of Long Island. He was born in Frederick county, 
where he died. 

Also No. 20380. 

22705 

MRS. LUCY HUNT SMITH. 22706 

Born in Deerfield, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Lieut. James M. Smith. 

Descendant of Capt. Jeremiah Stiles, Capt, Eliphalet Briggs, 
Jr., and Eliphalet Briggs, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Seth Hunt and Juliet Briggs, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Eliphalet Briggs (1788-1853) and Lucy Brown 
(1788-1845), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Eliphalet Briggs (1765-1827) and Elizabeth 
Stiles (1770-1819), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Eliphalet Briggs, Jr., and Mary Cobb (1737- 
1806), his wife; Jeremiah Stiles and Mary Sanger, his wife, m. 1768. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Eliphalet Briggs and Abigail Gay (1717- 
81), his wife. 

Jeremiah Stiles, (1744-1800), served as lieutenant at the 
Lexington Alarm and as captain at the battle of Bunker Hill 
under Col. John Stark. He was a member of the State Con- 
stitutional Convention, 1778, and held important civil offices 
throughout his life. He was bom in Lunenburg, Mass. ; died 
in Keene, N. H., and was buried with Masonic honors. 

Eliphalet Briggs, Jr., (1734-76), served as selectman of 
Keene and was a delegate to the convention at Walpole, 1776. 

Eliphalet Briggs, (1713-80), served on the Committee of 
Safety of Keene, where he died. 

Also Nos. 628, 104:28, 1 1250. 

MRS. MARY HUNT WARNER. 22707 

Born in Northampton, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Luther J. Warner. 



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Descendant of Capt. Jeremiah Stiles, Capt. Eliphalet Briggs, 
Jr., and Eliphalet Briggs. 
Daughter of Seth Hunt and Juliet Briggs, his wife. 
See No. 22706. 

MISS CLARA ELIZA ATWOOD. 22708 

Born in Worcester, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Joshua Palmer. 

Daughter of David Franklin Atwood and Lucy C. Pratt, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Watts Pratt and Clarissa Parker P^mer, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Palmer (1789-1875) and Rachel Barrows, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joshua Palmer and Lois Sturtevant, his 
wife. 

Joshua Palmer was placed on the pension roll of Grafton 
Co., N. H., 1 83 1, for service of private in the Massachusetts 
State troops. He was born in Hanover, Mass., 1762. 

Also No. 1693 1. 

MRS. LIZZIE FRENCH PIPER. 22709 

Born in Greenfield, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Edward Piper. 

Descendant of Sergt. John French, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Ansel French and Sarah J. Poole, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ansel Beal French and Hannah Havard, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Sidney French and Susan Beal, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John French and Damaris Howard, his wife, 
m. 1779. 

John French, (1749- 1806), served as corporal and sergeant 
in the Massachusetts militia. 

MRS. WINIFRED BALLARD BLAKE. 22710 

Born in Williamstown, Massachusetts. 
Widow of Francis Clark Blake. 
Descendant of Joseph Bennett, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Addison Ballard and Julia Perkins Pratt, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Ballard and Pamela Bennett, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Bennett and Mary Swift, his wife. 
Joseph Bennett, (1752-1816), served as a minute man in the 
Massachusetts militia. 
Also Nos. 7999, 8005, 14927. 



248 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI^UTION. 



MRS. ELLEN FLORENCE GAGE CLARK. 2271 1 

Born in Bennington, Vermont. 

Widow of Maj. Lyman Wadsworth Clark. 

Descendant of Maj. Samuel Billings and of Stephen Fay, of 
Vermont. 

Daughter of Resolva Gage and Beulah Scott, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Martin Scott and Mary Billings, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Billings and Beulah Fay, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Fay and Ruth Child, his wife, 
m. 1734. 

Samuel Billings, (1739-89), was captain at Bunker Hill and 
the siege of Boston and served as field officer of Massachusetts 
militia, to reenforce Ticonderoga. He died in Bennington, 
Vt. 

Stephen Fay, (1715-81), was a member of the Council of 
Safety of Bennington and his tavern, "The Catamount," was 
headquarters for Gen. John Stark. 

Also Nos. 432, 1 1898, 19170, 21819. 

MRS. ELLA C. GAY. 22712 

Born in Lowell, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Oliver Gay. 

Descendant of John Chandler and of Joseph Chandler. 

Daughter of John W. Currin and Elizabeth Chandler Farrington, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Stephen Farrington and Susan Chandler (1801-92), 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Chandler and Betsey Farrington, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Chandler and Mary Carter, his wife. 

John Chandler, (1731-1807), was a surveyor and member of 
the Committee of Safety. He was elected, 1778, and on ac- 
count of his activity and patriotism held the office until the 
close of the war. He was born in Concord, N. H., where he 
died. 

Joseph Chandler, (1760-1826), served at The Cedars, 1776, 
under Capt. Ebenezer Green and Col. Timothy Bedel. He 
was sent by the selectmen of Fryeburg, Maine, 1781, to guard 
the frontier on the Androscoggin river. 



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MRS. CARRIE ADDIE SMITH HOLMES. 22713 

Born in Boston, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Charles Denison Holmes. 

Descendant of Sergt. Jonathan Robinson. 

Daughter of Henry W. Smith and Adaline Amelia Robinson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Robinson, Jr., and Eleria Shaw, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Robinson and Elizabeth Chadwick, 
his wife. 

Jonathan Robinson, (1753-1838), was placed on the pension 
roll of Cheshire Co., N. H., 1831, for service of private and 
sergeant in the Massachusetts militia. He was born in 
Andover, Mass., died in Surry, N. H. 

MRS. IDA M. HILL HALL. 22714 

Born in Boston, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Fred E. Hall. 

Descendant of Daniel Hill, of Maine. 

Daughter of William Webster Hill and Maria Sampson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jeremiah Hill, 2d, and Abigail Webster, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Hill and Sarah Leavett (b. 1764), his 
wife. 

Daniel Hill, (1756-1835), served several enlistments under 
different commands in the Massachusetts militia. He was 
born in Biddeford; died in Buxton, Maine. 

MISS BERTHA A. MUNROE. 22715 

Born in Roxbury, Massachusetts. 

Dscendant of Jabez Sweet, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Frank Webster Munroe and Mary Sampson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Sampson and Sarah Coolidge, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Winship Coolidge and Hannah Kimball 
Sweet, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Nathaniel Sweet and Elizabeth Ashton, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jabez Sweet and Hannah Kimball, his 
wife. 

Jabez Sweet, (1744-1817), enlisted, 1775, under Capt 
Nathaniel Wade; reenlisted, 1777, in Capt. Joseph Hodgkins' 
company and 1781, served under Capt. George Webb. He 
was born in Ipswich, where he died. 

Also No. 10036, 1 1 538. 



250 DAUGHTICRS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI^UTION. 

MRS. LUE STUART WADSWORTH. 22716 

Born in Springfield, California. 

Wife of Capt. Edward B. Wadsworth. 

Descendant of John Gilkey, of Maine. 

Daughter of Samuel H. Stuart and Margret P. Turner, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Levi Turner and Lucena Ames, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jabez Ames and Jane Gilkey, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of John Gilkey and Sylvania Thomas, his wife. 

John Gilkey, (1740-1818), was a patriot who was taken 
prisoner at Castine, 1780, his house plundered and the family 
left destitute. He died in Islesboro, Me. 

22717 

MISS MARY ADDIE ALLEN. 22718 

Born in Boston, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Malachi Tower, Malachi Tower, Jr., Samuel 
Allen, David Shaw, Ezra Newhall and Elisha Brewer. 

Daughter of Willard Spencer Allen and Adaline Augusta Newhall, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ralph Willard Allen and Mary Jones Tower, his 
wife; George Newhall and Elisabeth Harrington, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Chester Allen (1780-1849) and Margaret Shaw 
(1780-1843), his wife, m. 1804; Moses Tower (b. 1785) and Mary Ben- 
ney, his wife ; Timothy Newhall and Eunice Curtine, his wife ; Noah 
Harrington and Nancy Brewer, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Allen and Sarah Booth (1743-1800), 
his second wife; David Shaw and Mary Kellogg Terry (1754-1808), his 
wife; Malachi Tower, Jr., and Bathsheba Wetherbee, his wife, m. 1783; 
Ezra Newhall and Elizabeth Peck, his wife ; Elisha Brewer and Martha 
Livermore, his wife, m. 1777. 

Gr.-gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Malachi Tower and Ruth (Hayward) 
Wilder (1733-69), his first wife, m. 1760. 

Malachi Tower, (1737-1806), served in the Lexington 
Alarm. He was born in Hingham, where he died. 

Malachi Tower, Jr., (1761-1833), enlisted at seventeen and 
served in the defense of Rhode Island. He was born in Hing- 
ham, Mass. ; died in Lincolnville, Maine. His widow re- 
ceived a pension. 

Samuel Allen, (1736-1816), was a minute man at the Lex- 
ington Alarm, from East Windsor, Conn. 

David Shaw, (1749-1824), gave both civil and military ser- 
vice from East Windsor, Conn., where he died. 

Also No. 3332. 



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Ezra Newhall, (173077), served several enlistments as a 
private under different commands. He was born in Lynn, 
Mass. 

Also Nos. 14068, 16825. 

Elisha Brewer, (1754-1827), was a minute man from Water- 
town at the Lexington Alarm. 

MRS. MYRTIE AUGUSTA LOW HODGE. 22719 

Born in Pembroke, Maine. 

Wife of Jacob Franklin Hodge. 

Descendant of Col. John Allan, Capt. Theophilus Wilder 
and Samuel Sprague, of Maine. 

Daughter of Charles Low and Sarah J. Sprague, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Andrew Sprague and Mary Allan, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Sprague and Mary Benner, his wife; 
Mark Allan and Susanna Wilder, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Allan and Mary Patten (1746-1819), 
his wife; Theophilus Wilder and Lydia Gushing (1745-1811), his wife, 
m. 1762. 

John Allan, (1746-1805), was a member of Parliament of 
Nova Scotia when war was declared. He secured the alliance 
of the Indian tribes of that section for the Colonies ; Congress 
gave him a colonel's commission, 1777, and with his Indians 
he protected the northwestern frontier. Nova Scotia offered 
a price for his arrest, his property was burned, wife and sons 
John and Mark imprisoned. Massachusetts granted him a 
tract of land and Congress gave him 2,000 acres in Ohio for 
losses in the patriot cause. He died in Lubec, Maine. 

Also Nos. 6519, 15086. 

Theophilus Wilder, (1740-1821), commanded a company of 
militia and served to the surrender of Cornwallis. He was 
born in Hingham, Mass. ; died in Perry, Maine. 

Samuel Sprague, (1753-1832), served as a private in the 
Massachusetts militia. He was bom in Abington, Mass. ; 
died in Pembroke, Maine. 

MRS. MARIA HARTSORN COLBURN. 22720 

Born in Boston, Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Samuel Hartsorn, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Caleb W. Hartsorn and Mary Smith, his wife. 



252 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 



Granddaughter of Daniel Hartsorn and Polly Ellis, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Hartsorn and Mary Mann, his wife. 
Samuel Hartsorn, (1749-1830), was a minute man at the 
Lexington Alarm from Walpole. 

MRS. KATHARINE DEXTER HOWE. 22721 

Born in Boston, Massachusetts. 

Wife of H. S. Howe. 

Descendant of Francis Shaw, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Henry Chapman Wainwright and Sarah Blake Dexter, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Parker Dexter and Sarah Rebecca Blake, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Edward Blake and Sarah Parkman, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Parkman and Sarah Shaw, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Francis Shaw and Sarah Burt, his wife. 

Francis Shaw, (1721-84), was a member of the Committee 
of Safety, of Boston, where he was born and where he died. 

Also Nos. 1502, 4702, 7196. 

MRS. HARRIET LOWELL PUTNAM. 22722 

Born in Boston, Massachusetts. 

Wife of George Putnam. 

Descendant of Hon. Jonathan Jackson, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Charles Russell Lowell and Anna Cabot Jackson, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Patrick Jackson and Lydia Cabot, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Jackson and Hannah Tracy, his wife. 

Jonathan Jackson, (1743-1810), was a member of the Pro- 
vincial Congress, iyy6-'j, a delegate to the convention to frame 
a State Constitution and also served in the Continental Con- 
gress. He was born in Boston, where he died. 

Also Nos. 5796, 6801. 

MISS ELLA M. RICE. 22723 

Born in Chelsea, Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Corp. Eli Jones, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of George Henry Rice and Mary Lucena Rice, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William Jones and Mary P. Jones, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Eli Jones and Anna Jones, his wife. 



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Eli Jones, (1756-1811), served several enlistments in the 
Middlesex county militia under different commands, 1775-81. 
He died in Lincoln, 

MRS. JULIA EMOLINE RANDALL SEDGWICK. 22724 

Born in Palmer, Massachusetts. 

Wife of John Scott Sedgwick. 

Descendant of Sergt. Benjamin Gott Ball, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of George W. Randall and Julia Ball, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Ball and Sukey House, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Gott Ball and Huldah Hatfield, his 
wife. 

Benjamin Gott Ball, (1757-1824), served as private, cor- 
poral and sergeant. He was born in Brookfield; died in 
Springfield, Mass. 

Also No. 17547. 

MRS. ELIZABETH A. RICE. 22725 

Born in Hartford, Connecticut. 

Wife of Richard W. Rice. 

Descendant of Major Ephraim Terry, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Benjamin Fuller (1796-1888) and Cynthia Collins (1803- 
T^), his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ebenezer Collins (1764-1836) and Azuba Chapin 
(1767-1805), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Eliphalet Chapin and Azuba Pease, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Pease (1719-84) and Mary Terry, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ephraim Terry and Ann Collins (1702- 
78), his wife. 

Ephraim Terry, (1701-83), was chairman of the committee 
to relieve the sufferers from the passage of the Boston Port 
Bill, 1774. He served as justice of the peace of Hartford 
county, 1776. He was born in Enfield, where he died. 

Also Nos. 8159, 17889. 

MRS. HELEN S. STRATTON. 22726 

Born in Springfield, Massachusetts. 
Wife of J. D. Stratton. 
Descendant of Maj. Ephraim Terry. 
Daughter of Benjamin Fuller and Cynthia Collins, his wife. 
See No. 22725. 



254 DAUGHTERS OF THE^ AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MRS. CARRIE BRIGHAM FROST. 22727 

Born in Barre, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Frank P. Frost. 

Descendant of Sergt, Henry Brigham and of Lieut. William 
Muzzy, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Orlando Sibley Brigham and Lucy Allen Rice, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathaniel Brigham and Martha Gates, his wife; 
William Rice and Rebecca Allen, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Henry Brigham and Anne Phillips, his wife; 
Edmund Rice and Abigail Muzzy, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Muzzy and Mary Clapp, his first 
wife. 

Henry Brigham, (1752-1829), was a minute man from 
Marlboro at the Lexington Alarm under Capt. William Brig- 
ham. He died in Barre. 

William Muzzy, (1733-1830), served as lieutenant under 
Capt. William Marean, 1775-76. He was bom in Lexington; 
died in Hubbardston. 

Also Nos. 4766, 1105s, 16079. 

MRS. RUTH DUSENBURY SANFORD. 22728 

Born in Windsor, New York. 

Wife of Edwin L. Sanford. 

Descendant of Eli Nichols, of New York. 

Daughter of George Dusenbury and Ruth Whitemore, his wife. 

Granddaughter of EHas Whitemore and Anna Nichols, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of EH Nichols and Elizabeth M. Ruggles, his wife. 

Eli Nichols, ( 1 760-1821), enlisted at seventeen for three 
years, was in the battle of Germantown and at the burning of 
Norwalk. He was placed on the pension roll of Broome 
county, N. Y., 1818, for service of private in the Connecticut 
Line. He died in Windsor, N. Y. 

MISS MARTHA CLARA CLEVELAND. 22729 

Born in Sheffield, Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Samuel Adams, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Frederick Cleveland and Clara Mansfield, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William C. Mansfield and Martha Granger, his 
wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Mansfield and Phoebe Adams, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Adams and Eunice Adams, his wife. 



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Samuel Adams, (1749-1818), enlisted 1777, from Farming- 
ton, Conn., for three years. He died in Sheffield, Mass. 

MRS. MARIETTA WEBSTER FISHERDICK. 22730 

Born in Bombay, India. 

Wife of George Henry Fisherdick. 

Descendant of Col. Samuel Ashley and of Lieut. Daniel 
Ashley. 

Daughter of Elijah Ashley Webster and Maryetta Ranson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Uri Webster and Mercy Marcia Ashley, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Ashley and Mercy Pratt, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Ashley and Eunice Doolittle, his 
wife. 

Samuel Ashley, (1720-92), was a member of the Committee 
of Safety 1775, and was appointed colonel, 1777. He was 
born in Northfield, Mass. ; died in Claremont, N. H. 

Daniel Ashley, (1754-1810), was lieutenant of New Hamp- 
shire militia. 

Also Nos. 7927, 11510, 14008, 18073, 19911. 

MRS. HARRIETT M. BARTLETT. 22731 

Born in Framingham, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Charles E. A. Bartlett. 

Descendant of John Dinsmore, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Isaac Cooper and Maria Dinsmore, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Silas Dinsmore and Polly Lovell, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Dinsmore and Sarah Winn, his wife, 

John Dinsmore, (1742-1811), served as a private in the 
Massachusetts militia, 1775-81. He was born in Lancaster; 
died in West Boylston, Mass. 

MRS. MARION C. GRIFFIN BARTON. 22732 

Born in Middlesex County, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Cyrus Barton. 

Descendant of Sergt. Joseph Griffin, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Charles A. Griffin and Sarah Starbird, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Josiah Griffin and Lydia Barker, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Griffin and Persis Flint, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Griffin and Abigail Currier, his wife. 
Joseph Griffin, (1736-1831), marched from Methuen at the 
18 



256 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Lexington Alarm and served as sergeant, 1777, to reenforce 
the northern army. He was born in Stoneham; died in 
Methuen, Mass. 

MRS. MARY ANTOINETTE FARNHAM HARTLEY. 22733 

Born in Lowell, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Leonard H. Hartley. 

Descendant of Jonathan Farnham, of Maine. 

Daughter of William L. Farnham and Satira A. Person, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Farnham and Betsey Adams, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Farnham and Lydia Chapman, his 
wife. 

Jonathan Farnham, (1757-1837), served as a private at the 
battles of Harlem Heights and White Plains. He received a 
pension in 181 8 for his service. He was born in York, Maine, 
where he died. 

MRS. SATIRA A. FARNHAM. 22734 

Born in Bennington, New Hampshire. 

Descendant of John Colby, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Levi Ferson and Prudence P. Colby, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Colby and Eunice Dane, his wife. 

John Colby, (1760- 1829), enhsted 1780 and served at West 
Point under Capt. John Eastman. He reenlisted, 1781, in 
Capt. William Boyes' company. He died in Bennington, 
N. H. 

Also Nos. 15673, 21098. 

MRS. LILLIAN MAXWELL MILLER. 22735 

Born in New Ipswich, New Hampshire. 

Wife of George W. Miller. 

Descendant of Sergt. Isaac Preston. 

Daughter of Francis Maxwell and Lydia Brown, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Francis Bowman Maxwell and Susan Preston, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Preston and Susanna Fletcher, his wife. 

Isaac Preston, (1757-1806), was a private in Capt. Ebenezer 
Green's company. Col. Timothy Bedel's regiment at The 
Cedars, 1776, and was promoted sergeant. He served several 
enlistments in the New Hampshire Line. He was born in 
Littleton ; died in Ashby, Mass. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 257 



MRS. ESTELLE SOPHIA PERHAM. 22736 

Born in Chelmsford, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Henry S. Perham. 

Descendant of Sergt. Samson Walker and of Dr. Francis 
Kittredge. 

Daughter of Cullen Fordyce Kittredge and Amy Hull, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Paul Kittredge and Rebecca Martin, his wife; 
John Hull and Amy Walker, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Francis Kittredge and Lucy Crosby, his wife; 
Samson Walker and Thankful Pierce (b. 1752), his wife. 

Samson Walker served as sergeant in the New Hampshire 
troops. He died in Andover, Vt., and his widow, 1838, was 
given a pension in Windsor Co., Vt. 

Frances Kittridge served, 1778, from Tewksbury in the 
regiment of guards at Bunker Hill. 

Also No. 19274. 

MRS. CARRIE WHITE REED. 22737 

Born in Acton, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Arthur E. Reed. 

Descendant of Capt. Mark White and of Daniel White, of 
Massachusetts. 

Daughter of John White, Jr., and Sarah Rouillard, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John White and Charlotte Hapgood, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Capt. Daniel White and Mary Hunt, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Mark White and Mary Reed, his wife. 

Mark White, (1716-98), turned out with the minute men, 
1775, and served in the General Court, 1776. He was born in 
Charlestown, Mass. ; died in Westford, Mass. His son 
Daniel also served in the Revolution. 

Also No. 10073. 

MRS. HARRIET N. STRAW WILSON. 22738 

Born in Warner, New Hampshire. 
Widow of Edwin Trowbridge Wilson. 

Descendant of Capt. Jonathan Straw and of Jonathan Straw, 
Jr., of New Hampshire. 
Daughter of Elijah Straw and Mary Jewell, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Jonathan Straw, Jr., !ind Elizabeth, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Straw and Mary Carr, his wife. 



258 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Jonathan Straw, (1725-91), who had served in the early 
wars, commanded a company of New Hampshire militia, 1775. 
He was born in Salisbury, Mass., died in Hopkinton, N. H. 
His son Jonathan served as a private. 

MRS. MARY DURELL WATSON. 22739 

Born in Newton, Massachusetts. 

Wife of James Watson. 

Descendant of Peter Durell and of John Durell, of Massa- 
chusetts. 

Daughter of Joel Stone, Jr., and Juliet Durell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Durell and Mary Winchester, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Peter Durell and Ruth Greenwood Fuller, his 
wife. 

Peter Durell, (1735-1810), served as a private, 1775, in 
Capt. Ebenezer Winship's company, Nixon's regiment of 
Massachusetts militia. 

John Durell, (1760-1820), served at Cambridge, 1778, under 
different commands in the Massachusetts militia. 

MISS SUSIE LOUISE DAVIS WATSON. 22740 

Born in Lowell, Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Peter Durell and of John Durell. 
Daughter of James Watson and Mary Durell Stone, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Joel Stone, Jr., and Juliet Durell, his wife. 
See No. 22739. 

MRS. LUCY HALLET COYNE GUBELMAN. 22741 

Born in East Orange, New Jersey. 

Wife of F. J. Gubelman. 

Descendant of Christopher Sears and of Edmund Sears, of 
Massachusetts. 

Daughter of John Coyne and Mary Hallet Kendall, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henderson Kendall and Lucy Hallet Sears, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Sears (b. 1791) and Mary Hallet, his 
wife. 

Cr.-gr.-granddaughter of Christopher Sears and Mary Snow, his 
second wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Edmund Sears and Hannah Crowell, his 
wife, m. 1743. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 259 



Christopher Sears, (1756-1809), served as a minute man at 
the alarms. He was born in Yarmouth. 

Edmund Sears, (1712-96), was a sea-captain and in Boston 
Harbor unloading, when he participated in throwing the tea 
overboard. He had four sons in the army. 

MISS OLIVE PAMELIA BARKER. - 22742 

Born in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Timothy Whiting, Lieut. Timothy Whiting, 
Jr., Corp. John Lyon and John Barker. 

Daughter of James Madison Barker and Helena Whiting, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Vanderburg Barker and Sarah Apthorp, his 
wife; Levi Carter Whiting and Pamelia Nelson Woods, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Gardner Thurston Barker and Harriet Lyon, 
his wife; John Whiting and Nancy (Anna) Carter, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Barker and Lucretia Newhall, his 
wife ; John Lyon and Sarah Lockwood, his wife ; Timothy Whiting, Jr., 
and Abigail Kidder, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Whiting and Sarah Osgood, 
his wife. 

Timothy Whiting, (1732-99), who had served in the early 
wars, was a minute man at the Lexington Alarm. He served 
as deputy to the quartermaster general, 1780. He was born 
in Billerica; died in Lancaster, Mass. 

Timothy Whiting, Jr., (1758- 1826), was placed on the pen- 
sion roll of Worcester county, 18 18, for service of lieutenant 
of militia. He was born in Lancaster, where he died. 

Also Nos. 10686, 14174, 17014, 19853, 21679. 

John Lyon, (1756-1817), enlisted from Lanesboro under 
Capt. Asa Barnes, 1775, and served as corporal, 1777, at Fort 
Ann. He died in Cheshire, Mass. 

John Barker, (1732-86), served as a private, 1777, in Capt. 
David Wheeler's company, Col. John Brown's regiment of 
Massachusetts militia. He was born in Newport, R. I., died 
in Woodstock, Vt. 

MRS. EMILY OPHELIA DEWEY MAY. 22743 

Born in Monmouth, Illinois. 
Wife of Henry Byron May. 
Descendant of Lieut. Elias Sandford Palmer. 
Daughter of Charles E. Dewey and Harriet E. Palmer, his wife. 



26o DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOIvUTION. 

Granddaughter of George Washington Palmer and Amanda M. 
Harding, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Noyes Palmer and Harriet Esther Palmer, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elias Sandford Palmer and Phebe Palmer, 
his wife. 

See No. 22416. 

MISS MARY E. PORTER. 22744 

Born in Cedar Falls, Iowa. 

Descendant of Sergt. Nathan Chapin. 

Daughter of William Chapin (Porter) and Sarah M. Rice, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Stillman Chapin and Electa Thayer, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Japhet Chapman (b. 1762) and Thankful Dick- 
enson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Chapin and Mary Smith, his wife. 

Nathan Chapin, (1735-1830), served as sergeant at Ticon- 
deroga, where he was captured. He made his escape and re- 
turned home to Springfield, Mass., where he reenlisted. He 
died in Madison Co., N. Y. 

MRS. ANNE M. WENTWORTH. 22745 

Born in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Walter H. Wentworth. 

Descendant of Lieut. Isaac Ball, William Perrine and Isaac 
Dodd. 

Daughter of Marshall Warner and Caroline Perrine, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Warner and Thalia Ball, his wife; Hum- 
phrey Perrine and Fanny Dodd, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Ball and Rachel Ball, his wife; William 
Perrine and Hannah Mount, his wife ; Moses Dodd and Lois Crane, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Dodd and Jemima Williams, his wife. 

Isaac Ball, (1744-84), served as sergeant at Ticonderoga 
and at the Bennington Alarm, 1777. He was second Heu- 
tenant under Capt. Isaac Marsh, 1778, and under Capt. John 
Spoor, 1780. He was born in Watertown ; died in Stock- 
bridge, Mass. 

William Perrine, (1743- 1820), served as a private in Capt. 
Peter Perrine's company of Middlesex county, New Jersey 
militia. 



uni;age book. 261 



Isaac Dodd, (1728-1804), served with the Essex county 
New Jersey minute men. He was born in Bloomfield, N. J., 
where he died. 

Also Nos. 9329, 12421, 19737. 

MRS. ANNIE TOWER TARBELL. 22746 

Born in Boston, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Paymaster John F. Tarbell, U. S. N. 

Descendant of Capt. Isaac Thayer, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Isaac H. Tower and Abigail Thayer Belcher, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Belcher and Hannah Jordan, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Belcher and Abigail Thayer, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Thayer and Abigail (Thayer), his 
wife. 

Isaac Thayer, (1742- 1827), was chosen captain, 1776, under 
Col. Thomas Marshall. He took with him his son Caleb, a lad 
of ten. He was born in Braintree, where he died. 

Also Nos. 6425, 21539. 

MISS MARY LUCINDA PARKER SHATTUCK. 22747 

Born in Pepperell, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Sergt. Lemuel Parker, Philip Shattuck and 
Jonathan Butterfield, all of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Samuel Pepperell Shattuck and Mary Lucinda Shattuck, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Vryling Shattuck and Lucinda Parker, his wife, 
m. 1808; Calvin Shattuck and Phebe Wright Emerson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Lemuel Parker and Elizabeth Nichols, his wife, 
m. 1761 ; Philip Shattuck and Mercy Butterfield, his wife, m. 1778. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Butterfield and Lydia Proctor, 
his wife. 

Lemuel Parker, (1734- 1806), was a private, 1775; promoted 
sergeant the same year and served several enlistments under 
different commands. He was born in Groton ; died in Pep- 
perell, Mass. 

Philip Shattuck, (1745-1806), was a minute man at the 
Lexington Alarm from Pepperell where he was born and 
where he died. 

Jonathan Butterfield, (1721-93), was a minute man at the 
Lexington Alarm and served an enlistment, 1779. He was 
born in Pepperell, where he died. 



262 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI^UTION. 

MRS. LUCY ANN COLBURN BOYNTON. 22748 

Born in HoUis, New Hampshire. 

Wife of Alfred Boynton. 

Descendant of Robert Colburn and of James Rideout, of 
New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Elias Colburn and Thankful Rideout, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Colburn and Kesiah Wright, his wife; 
James Rideout, Jr., and Sarah Spalding, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Colburn and Dorcas Upton, his wife; 
James Rideout and Mary, his wife. 

Robert Colburn, (1748-1819), was a minute man at the Lex- 
ington and Ticonderoga Alarms. He was born in Hollis, N, 
H., where he died. 

Also No. 19286. 

James Rideout, (1741-1802), was a volunteer in Capt. John 
Goss's company from Hollis, 1777. 

MRS. KATHARINE CATLIN BLAIR. 22749 

Born in Springfield, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Archibald B. Blair. 

Descendant of Maj. Josiah Hayden. 

Daughter of Thomas Vose Briggs and Elizabeth Rebecca Marks 
Brewer, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joshua Briggs and Mary Vose, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Vose and Mehitable Hayden, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Hayden and Silence Howard, his 
wife. 

See No. 22027. 

MRS. ANNE ELIZABETH FISHER. 22750 

Born in Fall River, Massachusetts. 

Wife of George Boutwell Fisher. 

Descendant of Moses Nichols, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Benjamin Nichols and Desire Tanner, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Nichols and Elizabeth Grady, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Moses Nichols and Susannah Reed, his wife. 

Moses Nichols, (1763-1843), was placed on the pension loU 
of Plymouth county, 183 1, for service of private in the Massa- 
chusetts militia. He was born in Plymouth, where he died. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 263 



MRS. MARY L. RICHARDS. 22751 

Born in Winchester, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Dr. George Lyman Richards. 

Descendant of Maj. Eleazer Craft, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Rev. Reuben Totman Robinson and Clara Ann Caldwell, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Capt. Eben Caldwell and Clarissa Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Smith and Abigail Craft, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Eleazer Craft and EHzabeth Allen, his wife. 

Eleazer Craft, (1743-93), served as lieutenant at the Lex- 
ington Alarm and as major, 1777, for service in the Northern 
Department. He was born in Essex ; died in Manchester. 

MRS. JESSIE DUNCAN CHILDE. 22752 

Born in Boston, Massachusetts. 

Wife of John Healey Childe. 

Descendant of Brig. Gen. Joseph Vose, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Henry Augustus Clark and Lydia Wilkinson Sumner, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Frederick Augustus Sumner and Lydia Wilkinson, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Davis Sumner and Dorothy Vose, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Vose and Sarah How, his wife. 

Joseph Vose, (1739-1816), served at the siege of Boston 
and in the Canadian campaign. He was at the battle of Mon- 
mouth, commanded a regiment under Sullivan in Rhode 
Island, 1778; fought at Yorktown and was brevetted briga- 
dier general at the close of the war. He was an original mem- 
ber of the Cincinnati. He was born and died in Milton, Mass. 

Also Nos. 444, 974, 2348, 4026, 591 1, 6586, 9913, 13015, I775S- 

MRS. GEORGIANA SKILLINGS BANGS. 22753 

Born in Boston, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Elisha Dillingham Bangs. 
Descendant of Simeon Skillings, of Maine. 
Daughter of David N. Skillings and Mary Maguire, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William Skillings and Sally Wood, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Simeon Skillings and Mary SkilHngs, his wife. 
Simeon Skillings, (1747-1804), served in the seacoast de- 
fense at Falmouth. He was born in Scarbora wher-e he died. 



264 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MRS. MARGARET CELESTE COLE. 22754 

Born in Farwellsville, New York. 

Wife of Benjamin E. Cole. 

Descendant of Benjamin Allen and of Capt. John Winn. 

Daughter of John S. Winn and Matilda Caroline Irish Smith, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Isaac Winn and Ehzabeth Smith, his wife; Perry 
Irish and Amanda Farwell, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Winn ; Isaac Farwell and Prudence Allen, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Allen and Peggy Spofford, his 
wife. 

See No. 22132. 

John Winn, (1745- 1827), served in the New York militia 
as Captain of Tryon county rangers, 1777, under Col. John 
Harper. He was born in Ireland; died near Newburgh, 
N. Y. 

Also No. 1654S. 

MRS. ALICE HUNTLEY CAPRON BABSON. 22755 

Born in Uxbridge, Massachusetts. 

Wife of George N. Babson. 

Descendant of Jesse Brown, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Charles Cargill Capron and Mary Tomas, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Willard Capron and Catherine Brown Mes- 
singer, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Rosewell Messinger and Mary Brown, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jesse Brown and Hannah Gore, his wife. 

Jesse Brown, (1750-1824), served as a minute man at the 
Lexington Alarm. He was born in Sudbury, Mass. ; died in 
New Boston, N. H. 

MRS. CATHERINE A. C. JOHNSON. 22756 

Born in Uxbridge, Massachusetts. 

Wife of William L. Johnson. 

Descendant of Samuel Messinger, John Capron and Jesse 
Brown, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of John Willard Capron and Catherine Brown Messinger, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Capron and Asenath Cargill, his wife; 
Rosewell Messinger and Mary Brown, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Messinger and Katherine Brown, 
his wife ; Jesse Brown and Hannah Gore, his wife. 

See No. 22755. 



I^INEAGE LOOK. 265 



Samuel Messinger, (1733-95), served at the Lexington and 
Rhode Island Alarms under different commands. He was 
born in Wrentham ; died in Holliston, Mass. 

John Capron, (1757-1836), enlisted, 1776, as a private in the 
Massachusetts militia. He was born in Cumberland, R. I. ; 
died in Uxbridge, Massachusetts. 

Also No. 21571. 

MRS. JENNIE E. TOWNSLEY PATCH. 22757 

Born in Buckland, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Henry Severance Patch. 

Descendant of Dan Townsley, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of William Putnam Townsley and Olive Wood, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Noel Townsley and Submit Putnam, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dan Townsley and Rachel Bullard, his wife. 

Dan Townsley, (1763-1852), was placed on the pension roll 
for two years' actual duty as a private. He was born in 
Brimfield ; died in Shelburne Falls, Mass. 

Also No. 13485. 

MRS. ELLEN BANCROFT CONANT. 22758 

Born in Pepperell, Massachusetts. 

Wife of M. J. Conant. 

Descendant of Edmund Bancroft and of Sergt. Jonathan 
Bancroft, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Asa Jackson Ames and Mary Dana Bancroft, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Bancroft and Bathsheba Tarbell, his wife. 

•Gr.-granddaughter of Edmund Bancroft and Rachel Howard Barron, 
his second wife. 

Edmund Bancroft, (1726-1805), was a member of the Pro- 
vincial Congress and of the Committee of Safety of Pepperell. 

Also Nos. 9125, 19820, 21570. 

Jonathan Bancroft, (1761-1847), enlisted, 1776, was at the 
surrender of Burgoyne and Cornwallis and served to the close 
of the war. He was placed on the pension roll of Middlesex 
Co., 1818, for service of sergeant in the Massachusetts Con- 
tinental Line. He was born in Pepperell, where he died. 

MRS. BERTHA ELLEN PRIEST CAPEN. 22759 

Born in Watertown, Massachusetts. 
Wife of George Hosea Capen. 



266 DAUGHTERS OP THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Descendant of Corp. Philemon Priest, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Charles Henry Priest and Mary Catherine Ellis, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Philemon Priest and Eliza Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Philemon Priest and Annie Houghton, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Philemon Priest and Lois Hartwell, his wife. 

Philemon Priest, (1753- 1839), was placed on the pension 
roll of Worcester Co., 183 1, for service of private and corporal 
in the Massachusetts militia. He was born in Harvard, where 
he died. 

Also No. 21581. 

MRS. JOSEPHINE M. MARCH. 22760 

Born in Watertown, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Stillman P. March. 

Descendant of Maj. Samuel Barnard, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Daniel A. Tainter and Persis H. Tainter, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel A. Tainter and Elizabeth Barnard, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Barnard and Elizabeth Bond, his wife. 

Samuel Barnard, (1737-82), commanded a company at the 
Lexington Alarm and served as major at Dorchester Heights, 
1776. He was born in Watertown, where he died. 

22761 
MISS LUCY E. CHAPIN. 22762 

Born in Ann Arbor, Michigan. 

Descendant of Maj. Isaac Stratton and of James Sloan, of 
Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Charles A. Chapin and Fannie Kingsley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Volney Chapin and Chloe Sloan, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Sloan and Phoebe Stratton, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Stratton and Mary Fox, his wife. 

Isaac Stratton, (1739-89), was captain of the Tenth Com- 
pany, Second Berkshire County Regiment, 1776, and was pro- 
moted major, 1777. He was born in Weston; died in South 
Williamstown, Mass. 

James Sloan, (i 759-1813), enlisted, 1780, for three years in 
Cranes's artillery, Massachusetts troops. He was born in 
Westfield. His widow in 1837, received a pension. 

Also No. 19952. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 267 



MRS. MARY COLFAX BALDWIN GRAVES. 22763 

Born in Pompton, New Jersey. 

Wife of Rev. Samuel Graves, D. D. 

Descendant of Capt. William Colfax, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Dr. James L. Baldwin and Elizabeth Colfax (1794- 
1831), his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Colfax and Esther Schuyler (1763-1839), 
his wife. 

William Colfax, (1756-1838), served as a private at Bunker 
Hill and was wounded at White Plains. He was assigned to 
the Commander-in-Chief's guard at Valley Forge, 1778 and 
1783, was promoted captain. He received a pension, 1821, as 
captain in the Connecticut Line. He was born in Wethers- 
field, Conn. ; died in Pompton, N. J. 

MISS ALICE M. JAMES. 22764 

Born in Manchester, New Hampshire. 

Descendant of Edward Dearborn, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Benaiah M. James and Mary Dearborn Haines, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Haines and Sophronia Dearborn, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Dearborn (b. 1775) and Comfort 
Palmer, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Edward Dearborn and Susannah Brown, 
his wife, m. 1770. 

Edward Dearborn, (1749-1809), was in Arnold's expedition 
and suffered untold hardship marching through the unbroken 
wilderness. He was captured and enfeebled by the epidemic 
of smallpox. He recovered to serve in the Burgoyne cam- 
paign and was at the surrender. The musket he carried is 
now in the possession of the family. He was born in Ken- 
sington ; died in Deerfield, N. H. 

MRS. DELLA ANTOINETTE FOOTE PERKINS. 22765 

Born in Olcott, New York. 
Wife of Judge Cyrus Edward Perkins. 
Descendant of Aaron Beach. 

Daughter of EHjah Foote and Olivia Luce, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Joel Luce and Phebe Beach (1789-1845), his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Beach and Rachael Walker (1769-1849), 
his wife. 



268 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Aaron Beach, (1761-1846), served as a private in the Ver- 
mont miHtia. He died in Cambria, N. Y. 
Also No. 20207. 

MRS. MARY COLFAX BOWMAN. 22766 

Born in Ann Arbor, Michigan. 

Wife of H. H. Bowman. 

Descendant of Capt. William Colfax. 

Daughter of Rev. Samuel Graves, D. D., and Mary Colfax Baldwin, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. James Lewis Baldwin and Elizabeth Colfax, his 
wife. 

See No, 22763. 

MRS. MARY VIRGINIA KAPLE CANDLER. 22767 

Born in Utica, Michigan. 

Wife of Claudius H. Candler. 

Descendant of John Kaple. 

Daughter of John Henry Kaple and Fannie A. Chapel, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Arunah Kaple and Naomi Carpenter, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Kaple and Sarah Richardson, his wife. 

John Kaple, (1750-1834), was at the battle of Bunker Hill. 
He was placed on the pension roll of Otsego Co., N. Y., 183 1, 
for nine months' actual service of private in the Connecticut 
militia. He was born in Connecticut; died in New York. 

MRS. KATHARYN HOTCHKISS DREXEL. 22768 

Born in Prospect, Connecticut. 

Wife of Frederick Augustus Drexel. 

Descendant of Capt. Gideon Hotchkiss and of David Hotch- 
kiss, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Berkeley Stevens Hotchkiss and Catharine Augusta 
Harper, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Miles Hotchkiss (b. 1797) and Zernah 
Stevens, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Frederick Hotchkiss (b. 1768) and Rhoda Hop- 
kins, his wife, m. 1790. 

Gr. -gr.-granddaughter of David Hotchkiss and Abigail Douglas (d. 
1775) > his first wife, m. 1763. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Gideon Hotchkiss and Anne Bracket 
(1715-62), his first wife, m. 1737. 

Gideon Hotchkiss, (1716-1807), who had fought in the early 



LINEAGE BOOK. 269 



wars, served on the first Waterbury Committee of Safety, He 
organized a company for the relief of Danbury. On his monu- 
ment in Prospect Cemetery is inscribed "captain." 

Also Nos. 5286, 8526, 9737, 1 1355, 12504, 19704, 20845, 21880. 

David Hotchkiss served on war committees of Waterbury, 
where he was born, 1740. 

MRS. HARRIET PEL TON. 22769 

Born in Charleston, New York. 

Wife of Lyman Felton. 

Descendant of Joel Bishop. 

Daughter of Joel Bishop and Phoebe Avery, his wife. 

Joel Bishop, (1759-1839), enlisted, 1777, and served three 
years as a private in the Connecticut militia. He was born in 
Guilford, Conn. ; died in Huron Co., Ohio. 

MISS LUCENIA M. RIPLEY. 22770 

Born in Conesus, New York. 
Descendant of Piram Ripley. 

Daughter of Willis Johnson Ripley and DeHte Post, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Syrannus Ripley and Rebekah Howe, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Piram Ripley and Hannah Plumb, his wife. 
Piram Ripley, (1762- 1844), was a powder boy on board the 
"Oliver Cromwell" and the "Confederacy." 
Also Nos. 6157, 81 15, 9369, 19297. 

MRS. HELEN JOHNSON BRIGGS. 22771 

Born in De Witt, Michigan. 

Wife of Leland H. Briggs. 

Descendant of Col. Obadiah Johnson, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Daniel Bacon Johnson and Cynthia Elmina Topping, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Johnson and Sarah Smith Bacon, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Rufus Johnson and Hannah Brayton, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Obadiah Johnson and Mary Howard, his 
first wife. 

Obadiah Johnson, (1735-1801), served as captain, 1775 and 
rose to the rank of colonel of Connecticut militia. He was 
bom in Canterbury, where he died. 



270 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MRS. SARA CARPENTER FORD. 22772 

Born in Colchester, Connecticut. 

Wife of Luther Ford. 

Descendant of Col. John Waterman, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Ebenezer Carpenter and Louisa Waterman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Robinson Waterman and Isabel Warner, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Waterman and Welthian Greene, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of John Waterman and Sarah Potter, his wife. 

John Waterman, (1730-1812), was a member of the Legis- 
lature, 1776, and 1780 was chairman of a committee to raise 
quota of men. He was colonel of militia and aided in driving 
the British from the colony. He was bom in Warwick, R. I., 
where he died, 

MRS. JANE M. PIERCE POMEROY. 22773 

Born in York, New York. 
Widow of Josiah G. Pomeroy. 
Descendant of Joshua Chase, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Abijah Pierce and Marinda Chase, his wife. 
Granddaughteer of Samuel Chase and Elizabeth Gove, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Joshua Chase and Mary Hadly, his wife. 
Joshua Chase, (1740-1822), was a private at the battle of 
Bunker Hill. He was born in Nottingham, where he died. 

MISS LAURA AMELIA JONES. 22774 

Born in Hatfield, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Sergt. Jonathan Sears, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Isaac Rodney Jones and Harriet Sears, his wife, m. 1847. 

Granddaughter of Azarelah Sears (1789-1875) and Hannah Maynard, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Sears and Abigail Hall (1754-1842), 
his wife. 

Jonathan Sears, (1750-1808), served as private and sergeant 
in the Massachusetts militia. He was born in Harwick ; died 
in Ashfield, Mass. 

MRS. LIZZIE STATHAM MORRIS. 22775 

Born in Lynchburg, Virginia. 
Wife of Page Morris. 
Descendant of Alexander Ferguson, of Virginia. 



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Daughter of Charles W. Statham and Maria Virginia Ferguson, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Ferguson and Elizabeth Catherine Beau- 
mont, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Alexander Ferguson and Nancy Wood, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Alexander Ferguson and Mary Parker, his 
wife. 

Alexander Ferguson, (17501817), served as a private, 1778, 
in Capt. Henry Heth's independent company of Virginia 
troops. 

MRS. LUCY SHERMAN HOLMES. 22776 

Born in Theresa, New York. 

Wife of E. G. Holmes. 

Descendant of Corp. Aaron Stearns. 

Daughter of Frederick Sherman and Electa MacDonald, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jacob Sherman and Rhoda Stearns, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Levi Stearns and Keziah Wetherbee, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Stearns and Esther Glazier, his wife. 

Aaron Stearns, (1746-1807), enlisted, 1777, in Capt. Chris- 
topher Webber's company. Col. David Hobart's regiment, 
Stark's brigade, that marched from Walpole, N. H., to re- 
enforce the northern army. He was born in Westminster, 
Mass. ; died in Langdon, N. H. 

MRS. MARGARET JAOUESS CASTLE. 22777 

Born in Posey County, Indiana. 

Wife of Henry Anson Castle. 

Descendant of Jonathan Jaquess. 

Daughter of James Frazier Jaquess and Mary Sciple, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Garretson Jaquess and Mary Wood 
Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Jaquess and Rebecca Frazier, his wife. 

Jonathan Jaquess, (1753-1843), was a minute man at the 
battles of Long Island, White Plains and King's Bridge. He 
enlisted in the navy, 1777, and at the close of the war, was in 
Sheldon's Light Dragoons. He was born in Middlesex county, 
N. J. ; removed to Indiana, 1815, and the farm where he is 
buried is still in the family. Upon his tomb is inscribed "Here 
lies a patriot who faithfully served his country five years, both 
by land and sea." 

Also Nos. 8223, 9042. 

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Q.'J^ DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MRS. JENNIE PAULL RAY. 22778 

Born in Uniontown, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of George M. Ray. 

Descendant of Lieut. James Paull. 

Daughter of George Torrence Paull and Rebecca Turner, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Paull, Jr., and Hannah Jackson, his first 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Paull and Elizabeth Rodgers, his wife. 

James Paull, (1760-1841), was a guard of Continental 
stores at old Fort Burd, 1778. He served as lieutenant under 
Gen. George Rogers Clark, 1781, and upon the failure of the 
. expedition he returned on foot through the wilderness and 
subsequently endured the hardships of Col. William Craw- 
ford's disastrous campaign. He was bom in Berkeley Co., 
Va. ; died in Westmoreland Co., Pa. 

Also No. 21277. 

MISS ALICE PAULL RAY. 22779 

Born in Blairsville, Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Lieut. James Paull. 
Daughter of George M. Ray and Jennie Paull, his wife. 
Granddaughter of George Torrence Paul and Rebecca Turner, his 
wife. 

See No. 22778. 

MRS. ELIZA KENDALL BOOTH. 22780 

Born in Ithaca, New York. 

Wife of John Woodford Booth. 

Descendant of Judge Phineas Catlin. 

Daughter of John Kendall and CorneHa Jackson (b. 1826), his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hiram Jackson (b. 1799) and Lucy Catlin (b. 
1807), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Phineas Catlin and Sarah Ross (b. 1767), his 
wife, m. 1784. 

Phineas Catlin, (1760- 1827), enlisted, 1780, in the Connecti- 
cut Light Horse. He was born in Litchfield, Conn. ; died in 
Catherine, N. Y. His widow received a pension for the ser- 
vice of her husband as corporal of dragoons. 

MRS. FRANCES LAKE YOUMANS. 22781 

Born in Eckford, Michigan. 
Wife of Earle S. Youmans. 



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Descendant of Major Caleb Hyde. 

Daughter of Joseph I. Ehle and Fanny Sedgwick Hyde, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Col. Ebby Hyde (b. 1781) and Elizabeth Osborn, 
his wife, m. 1804. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Caleb Hyde and Elizabeth Sacket, his wife, 
m. 1761. 

Caleb Hyde, (1739- 1820), was a delegate from Lenox, 
Mass., to the third Provincial Congress, served as selectman in 
the Assembly and as sheriff. He was major of Berkshire 
county, Mass., militia during the Revolution. He was born 
in Norwich, Conn, ; died in Lisle, N. Y. 

Also No. 1 1435. 

MRS. CHARLOTTE A. PRENTISS HAYES. 22782 

Born in Montpelier, Vermont. 

Wife of William Hayes. 

Descendant of Col. Samuel Prentiss and of Dr. Samuel 
Prentiss, Jr. 

Daughter of Joseph Addison Prentiss and Rebecca Dodge Loomis, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hon. Samuel Prentiss and Lucretia Houghton, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Prentiss, Jr., and Lucretia Holmes, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Prentiss and Phoebe Billings 
(1738-1829), his wife. 

Samuel Prentiss, (1736-1807), served as captain, 1775, and 
rose to the rank of colonel. He was born in Stonington, 
Conn., where he died. 

Samuel Prentiss, Jr., (1759-1818), served as military aid to 
his father and as assistant surgeon in the Revolution. He was 
born in Stonington, Conn. ; died in Northfield, Mass. 

Also No. 1 188. 

MRS. GRACE GERTRUDE ALBERS FRENCH. 22783 

Born in Warsaw, Illinois. 
Wife of Alfred W. French. 

Descendant of Lieut. David Smith and of Lieut. James 
Rockwell, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Henry Albers and Susan Minerva Rockwell, his wife. 



274 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

■Granddaughter of George Rockwell (1815-95) and Catharine Cole 
Westlake, his wife, m. 1840. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Hawley Rockwell (1776-1865) and 
Polly Smith, his wife, m. 1800. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Rockwell and Abigail Hawley, his 
wife, m. 1769; David Smith and Ruhama Hull, his wife. 

David Smith enlisted from Salem, N. Y., at the age of fifteen 
and rose to the rank of lieutenant. He was born, 175 1, in 
Ridgefield, Conn. 

James Rockwell, (1750-1808), was appointed lieutenant, 
1780, in the Alarm list of the Sixteenth Regiment. He was 
born in Ridgefield, Conn., where he died. 

Also Nos. 2827, 9698, 10378. 

MRS. AMANDA A. GREENWOOD. 22784 

Born in Ohio County, Kentucky. 

Wife of J. M. Greenwood. 

Descendant of William Carter. 

Daughter of Gabriel McDaniel and Martha Riley Carter, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Carter and Sarah Evans, his wife. 

William Carter, (1755-1841), was placed on the pension 
roll of Ohio Co., Ky., 1832, for ten months' actual service as a 
private in the Virginia Line. 

MISS MARTHA PRICE. 22785 

Born in Westport, Indiana. 
Descendant of John Garrett. 

Daughter of John Price and Sara E. Samuel, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Thomas Price and Cassandra Slaughter Garrett, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Garrett and Elizabeth Cunard, his wife. 

John Garrett, (1756- 1836), was placed on the pension roll 
■ of Scott Co., Ky., 1818, for six years' actual service as a pri- 
vate in the Virginia Line. 

MRS. LUCY MILLER POPE. 22786 

Born in Jefferson, Missouri. 
Wife of Winfield Scott Pope. 

Descendant of James Henry Miller, of South Carolina. 
Daughter of George Wear Miller and Louise Marshall Basye, his 
wife. 



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Granddaughter of John Miller and Mary Wear, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Henry Miller and Thomson, his 

wife. 

James Henry Miller was a soldier in the South Carolina 
militia at the battle of Eutaw Springs, where he was killed. 
His plantation was burned by the British and his wife died 
from the shock. 

Also No. 17638. 

MISS GERTRUDE ASHMORE. 22787 

Born in Bardstown, Kentucky. 

Descendant of Caleb Howell, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of James Ashmore and Sarah Howell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Stiles Howell and Sarah Garnett Shipp, 
hs wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Caleb Howell and Rebecca Stiles, his wife. 

Caleb Howell was express messenger and courier in the 
New Jersey Continental Line. He died, 1806. 

MRS. CHARLOTTE HAYDEN LINBARGER. 22788 

Born in Carrollton, Illinois. 
Descendant of William Eaton. 

Daughter of David Hayden and Almira Eaton, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William Eaton and Elizabeth Sykes, his wife. 
William Eaton, (1764-1811), served at sixteen as a private 
in the Connecticut militia. 
Also Nos. 12829, 20458, 21072. 

MRS. ELLEN JUDITH CAMPBELL. 22789 

Born in Auburn, Missouri. 

Widow of Richard B. Campbell. 

Descendant of Col. Nicholas Lewis and of Dr. Thomas 
Walker, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Andrew Cochran and Ellen Clark, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Clark and Margaret Douglas Lewis, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Walker Lewis and Elizabeth Meri- 
wether, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Nicholas Lewis and Mary Walker, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Walker and Mildred Thorn- 
ton, his wife. 

Nicholas Lewis, (1734-1808), served as deputy for Buck- 



2^6 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, 



ingham county, Va,, and commanded minute men in the suc- 
cessful expedition against the Cherokee Indians. He and his 
wife were buried on their farm near Charlottesville. 

Thomas Walker, (1714-94), the early explorer of Kentucky 
was a member of the Committee of Safety of Albemarle Co., 
Va. He was a commissioner to treat with the Indians and 
president of the board to determine the boundary line of North 
Carolina. 

Also Nos. 11519, 15765. 

MRS. ADELINE WALCOTT DENISON. 22790 

Born in Barnard, Vermont. 
Wife of Henry H. Denison. 

Descendant of Eleazer Gaylord, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Chauncey Walcott and Harriet Sophia Rising, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Oristus Rising and Harriet Gaylord, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Eleazer Gaylord and Sylvia Clark, his wife. 
See No. 22575. 

MRS. FRANCES J. LOOMIS DORSEY. 22791 

Born in Carlinville, Illinois. 

Wife of Benjamin L. Dorsey. 

Descendant of Ichabod Loomis, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Thaddeus Levi Loomis and Sarah Duckels, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Horace Loomis and Julia Tuttle, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thaddeus Loomis and Lois Griswold, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ichabod Loomis and Mindwell Lewis, his 
wife. 

Ichabod Loomis, (1742-85), served as k private in the Con- 
necticut militia. He was born in Torrington ; died in Win- 
chester, Conn. 

MRS. MARION WHITNEY FRY IMONTAGUE. 22792 

Born in St. Louis, Missouri. 

Wife of Wallace Montague. 

Descendant of Gen. Solomon Southwick. of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Robert Maxwell Fry and Julia Whitney Woodworth 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Green Fry and Sarah Sherman South- 
wick, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Wilmarth Southwick and Hannah Sampson, 
his wife. 



LINEJAGE BOOK. . 2']'J 



Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Solomon Southwick and Ann Carpenter 
Gardner, his wife. 

Solomon Southwick, (1731-97), was the editor and pro- 
prietor of the Newport "Mercury," and the motto for the 
journal was "Undaunted by Tyrants, we'll die or be free," He 
served as commissary general of issues for the colony and was 
one of the committee of four to receive Washington, 1781. 
He was born in Newport, where he died, and upon his monu- 
ment is inscribed the service of a scholar and patriot. 

MISS JANE BEAL GLOVER. 22793 

Born in Columbus, Ohio. 

Descendant of Col. William Bradford, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Henry Glover and Susan Dana Flintham, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Flintham and Mary Bradford, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Bradford and Mary Fisher, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Bradford and Rachel Budd, his 
wife. 

WilHam Bradford, (1721-91), was one of the Sons of Lib- 
erty and served at the battles of Trenton and Princeton. In' 
1777 he was chairman of the Pennsylvania Naval Board and, 
1779, president of the Court of Inquiry on militia matters. 
He was born in New York ; died in Philadelphia. 

Also No. 3702. 

MRS. MARGARET M. HALE. 22794 

Born in Choctaw County, Alabama. 

Wife of Philip Henry Hale. 

Descendant of Capt. Henry Hopson, of Virginia. 

Daughter of James Madison Strong and Mary Ann S. Lumpkin, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John L. Lumpkin and Anna Ragland Hopson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Lumpkin and Lucy Hopson (b. 1764), 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Henry Hopson and Martha Neville, his 
wife. 

Henry Hopson served as captain in the Halifax county mili- 
tia, 1775. He was born in England, 1725; died in Virginia 
about 1780. His oldest son Henry served as captain, 1783. 

Also No. 21446. 



2/8 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI^UTION. 

MRS. EDITH POWELL HOWARD. 22795 

Born in St. Louis, Missouri. 

Widow of Edwin S. Howard. 

Descendant of Rosewell Woodward, Nathan Cruttenden 
and Nathaniel Ruggles, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of John ColHer Powell and Emma Webster, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Webster and Mary Jane Cruttenden, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joel Cruttenden and Polly Woodward, his 
wife. 

See No. 22193. 

MISS ISABEL LEIGHTON HULL. 22796 

Born in Pike County, Missouri. 

Descendant of Capt. Ambrose Dudley. 

Daughter of Edward Brodie Hull and Lizzie Chambers, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Adam Black Chambers and Elizabeth Gravis, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Maj. Benjamin Gravis and Polly Dudley (b. 
1783), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ambrose Dudley and Ann Parker, his wife. 

Ambrose Dudley, (1750-1826), raised a company and served 
in the Virginia Line. He removed to Kentucky, 1786, and 
became a Baptist preacher. He was born in Fredericksburg, 
Va. ; died in Lexington, Ky. 

Also Nos. 14031, 15769. 

MRS. BELLE CAMPBELL KIMBALL. 22797 

Born in Platteville, Wisconsin. 

Wife of Thomas Dudley Kimball. 

Descendant of Philip Russell and of Douglas Oliver, of Vir- 
ginia. 

Daughter of Dr. James Claiborn Campbell and Permelia Oliver, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Campbell and Martha W. Russell, his 
wife ; Durrett Oliver and Elizabeth Stephens, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Philip Russell and Elizabeth Stuart, his wife; 
Douglas Oliver and Katherine, his wife. 

Douglas Oliver was placed on the pension roll of Ander- 
son Co., Tenn., 1836. at the age of 83, for seven months' 
actual service of private in the Virginia Line, He was born 
in Culpeper Co. 



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Philip Russell, (1765-1817), enlisted as a private at sixteen; 
served in the wagon master's department and was wounded 
at Guilford Court House. He was placed on the pension roll, 
1832, for twenty months' service in the Virginia Line. He 
was born in Lunenburg Co., Va. ; died in Franklin Co., 111. 

MRS. EMMA LUMPKIN GREEN. 22798 

Born in Lebanon, Tennessee. 

Wife of Samuel McKnight Green. 

Descendant of Capt. Henry Hopson, of Virginia. 

Daughter of William David Lumpkin and Emma S. Anderson, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Wesley Lumpkin and Ann Elizabeth Jame- 
son, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Lumpkin and Elizabeth Ragan, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Lumpkin and Lucy Hopson, his wife. 

See No. 22794. 

MISS EMMA WEBSTER POWELL. 22799 

Born in St. Louis, Missouri. 
Descendant of Rosewell Woodward, Nathan Cruttenden and 
Nathaniel Ruggles, all of Connecticut. 
Daughter of John ColHer Powell and Emma Webster, his wife. 
See Nos. 22193, 22795. 

MISS SARAH C. SOUTHER. 22800 

Born in St. Louis, Missouri. 

Descendant o£ Samuel Souther, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Eustace E. Souther and Cornelia Casterline, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Timothy Souther and Eliza P. Greenough, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Souther and Elizabeth Badger, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Souther and Mary Goodwin, his 
wife. 

Samuel Souther enlisted as a private, 1777. He was born in 
Haverhill, 1730, and his will is on record in Salem. 

MRS. ANNA FLINTHAM WALLACE. 22801 

Born in Columbus, Ohio. 
Wife of James William Wallace, Jr. 



28o DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Col. William Bradford. 

Daughter of William Flintham, Jr., and Ann Eliza Weber, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William Flintham and Mary Bradford, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Bradford and Mary Fisher, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of WilHam Bradford (1721-91) and Rachel 
Budd, his wife. 
See No. 22793. 

MRS. MARY LEIGHTON WALLACE COLE. 22802 

Born in St. Louis, Missouri. 
Wife of John G. Cole. 
Descendant of Col. William Bradford. 

Daughter of James William Wallace, Jr., and Anna Flintham, his 
wife. 
Granddaughter of William Flintham and Ann Ehza Weber, his wife. 
See Nos. 22793, 22801. 

MRS. KATE BARNETT SMITH. 22803 

Born in Vicksburg, Mississippi. 

Wife of D. H. Smith. 

Descendant of Lieut. James Barnett, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Richard Barnett and Julia Miller Johnston, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Neville Barnett (1787-1840) and Isa- 
bella Richards, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Barnett. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Barnett and Mildred Neville (b. 
1732), his wife. 

James Barnett served as lieutenant and was employed in the 
recruiting service. His will was proven in Frederick Co., Va., 
June 4, 1782, and in it his son Benjamin is spoken of as not 
of age. 

Also Nos. ion I, 15978, 21621. 

22804 

MRS. MARY B. WHITE. 22805 

Morn in Monroe, Ohio. 
Wife of Joseph G. White. 
Descendant of Isaac Munson. 

Daughter of Charles Barker and Sarah Armstrong, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Lyman Barker and Mary Munson, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Munson. 
Isaac Munson enlisted as a private in the Connecticut Line 



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and was at White Plains, Elizabethtown and Yorktown. In 
1818 at the age of fifty-six he applied for a pension in Wayne 
Co., Ohio. 

MRS. INEZ FEWALL HEREFORD CLARK. 22806 

Born in Jerseyville, Illinois. 

Wife of W. E. Clark. 

Descendant of Col. Fielding Lewis, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Lawrence Lewis Hereford and Nellie Schroeder, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Ammon Hereford and Virginia Lewis, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Howell Lewis and Ellen Hackley Pollard, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Fielding Lewis and Betty Washington, his 
second wife. 

Fielding Lewis, (1720-81), was a patriot of Fredericksburg. 

Also Nos. 331, 847, 2139, 3056, 4685, 6331, 7072, 13835, 17229, 18209, 
19025. 

22807 

MISS LAURA A. HAGGARD. 22808 

Born in Winchester, Illinois. 

Descendant of Ensign Daniel Avery and of Col. Ebenezer 
Avery, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Dr. James R. Haggard and Frances Avery, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Avery and Elizabeth Huxby, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Avery and Sarah Brooks, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Avery and Deborah (Avery), his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Avery and Lucy Latham 
(1709-57), his wife, m. 1726, parents of Deborah. 

Daniel Avery, (1740-81), served as ensign under Col. Wil- 
liam Ledyard and lost his life at Fort Griswold, where six- 
teen of that name were killed or wounded and taken prisoner. 

Ebenezer Avery, (1704-80), resigned the command of the 
Eighth Regiment, 1776, on account of age. He was born in 
Groton, where he died. 

Also Nos. 1462, 3848, 4206, 5010, 6347, 6835, 7005, 8773, 881 1, 9477, 
9926, 13523, 18730. 

MRS. KATE SNOW WALKER JOHNSON. 22809 

Born in Beatrice, Nebraska. 
Wife of Benjamin W. Johnson. 



282 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Descendant of Enos Walker and of Jedediah Walker, of 
Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Charles Hurlbert Walker and Susannah Miller, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jedediah S. Walker and Sophia M. Tillotson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jedediah Walker and Olive Squire, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Enos Walker and Patience Peck, his wife. 

Enos Walker, (1730-82), served as a minute man under 
Capt. John Perry. He was born in Rehoboth, where he died. 

Also No. 10099. 

Jedediah Walker, (1762-1841), enlisted as a private in the 
company from Rehoboth. 

MISS ANNA WEBSTER LYTLE. 22810 

Born in Knoxville, Iowa. 

Descendant of John Steele, Col. Alexander Webster, Robert 
Marshall, Andrew Lytle, Andrew Lytle, Jr., Thomas Hays. 

Daughter of James Steele Lytle and Mary Elinore Black, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Andrew Lytle (1797-1876) and Helen Webster 
Steele (1806-88), his wife; William Black and Jane MacMeeken, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Lytle, Jr., (b. 1744) and Jane Gregg, 
his wife; John Steele and Elinore Webster (1764-1837) his second 
wife; Hance MacMeeken and Margaret Marshall, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Lytle and Mary Stuart, his wife; 
Alexander Webster and Elinore Burney, his wife ; Robert Marshall and 
Elinor Hays, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Hays and his first wife. 

John Steele, (1758-1837), was placed on the pension roll of 
Washington county, N. Y., 1831, for service of private and 
scout. He was born in Ireland; came to America, 1764, and 
died in Salem, N. Y. 

Alexander Webster served as captain and colonel of militia. 
He was elected to the Legislature, 1777, and served to the 
close of the war, when he was appointed commissioner of for- 
feitures. He was born in Scotland, 1734; came to America, 
1772, and lived in Hebron. N. Y.. during the Revolution. 

Robert Marshall served in the Lancaster county, Pa., militia, 
1781, under Capt. Samuel Cochran and Col. Robert Elder. 

Andrew Lytle, (1718-95), served as a private in the New 
York militia, as did also his son Andrew. 

Thomas Hays, (1745-1828), served as a soldier in New Jer- 



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sey. When the colony was overrun by Indians and Tories his 
family took refuge in a fort near Big Meadows, and his wife 
moulded bullets. He removed to Cross Creek, Washington 
county, Pa., where he died. 

MISS ANNA TRIBLE ADAMS. 2281 1 

Born in Alton, Illinois. 
Descendant of Oliver Adams, Daniel Richards, Ephraim 
Richmond and Eldad Hitchcock, all of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of William Richard Adams and Ellen Douglas Richmond, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Marshall Adams (1801-85) and Sarah Grafton 
Richards, his wife, m. 1826; Horace Lock Richmond and Phoebe 
Eaton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Oliver Adams, Jr., (1767-1813) and Betsey 
Marshall, his wife; Thaddeus Richards and EHzabeth Richardson, his 
wife; Elias Richmond and Lucy Chafifee, his wife; Asa Eaton and 
Melinda Hitchcock, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Oliver Adams and Rachel Proctor, his wife, 
m. 1756; Daniel Richards and Dorothy Stearns, his wife; Ephraim 
Richmond and Ann Deane, his wife; Eldad Hitchcock and Esther 
Hoar, his wife, m. 1777. 

Oliver Adams was a minute man at the Lexington Alarm 
from Chelmsford, where in 1729 he was born. 

Daniel Richards, (17/^4-1815), served from Newton at the 
Lexington Alarm and in the defense of Dorchester Heights. 

Ephraim Richmond, (1735-1816), served as a private in the 
Massachusetts militia. He was born in Middleboro, Mass.; 
died in Grafton, Vt. 

Eldad Hitchcock, (1757-1829), served as a minute man from 
Brimfield at the Lexington Alarm. 

MISS MARY LOUISA HARRIS. 22812 

Born in Painesville, Ohio. 

Descendant of Capt. Amasa Loomis, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Charles Loper Harris and Mary Elizabeth Higby, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Homer Higby and Aurelia Marshall, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Horace Higby and Elenore Loomis, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Amasa Loomis and Hannah Hurlburt, his 
wife. 



284 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI,UTION. 

Amasa Loomis, (1738-93), commanded a company at the 
Lexington Alarm and marched to the relief of Boston. He 
died in East Windsor. 

MISS ANNETTE L. DOWST. 22813 

Born in Allenstown, New Hampshire. 

Descendant of Samuel Libby, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Henry Dowst and Hannah Fowler Davis, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Amos Davis and Nancy Libby, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Libby and Mehitable Seavey, his wife. 

Samuel Libby, (1757- 1843), was placed on the pension roll 
of Merrimack Co., 1818, for service of private in the New- 
Hampshire Continental Line. He was born in Rye; died in 
Epsom, N. H. 

MRS. METTA GAULT LANE. 22S14 

Born in Pembroke, New Hampshire. 

Wife of Eugene Lane. 

Descendant of William Gault, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Andrew Gault (b. 1816) and Abbie Davis, his wife, m. 
1854. 

Granddaughter of Andrew Gault (1787-1863) and Mary Dudley 
(1786- 1854), his wife, m. 1810. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Gault and Sarah, his wife. 

William Gault served as a private in the New Hampshire 
militia. He was born in Pembroke, where he died in 1792. 

MISS LUCY M. WARNER. , 22815 

Born in North Hampton, New Hampshire. 
Descendant of Col. Benjamin Garland, John Garland and 
Capt. Joseph Parsons, all of New Hampshire. 
Daughter of John W. Warner and Estelle Garland, his wife. 
Granddaughter of David Garland and Mary A. Trickey, his wife, m. 

1839. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Garland and Betsey Parsons, his wife, m. 
1799. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Garland and Abigail Perkins, his 
wife, m. 1778; Joseph Parsons and Mary Seavey, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Garland and Sarah Jenness, 
his wife. 

Benjamin Garland, (1734-1802), served on war committees 



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and as a minute man from Rye, where he was born and 
where he died. 

Also Nos. 2058, 8239. 

John Garland, (1758- 1844), served several enlistments un- 
der different commands as a private in the militia. 

Joseph Parsons, (1746-1832), commanded a company in 
defense of Piscataqua Harbor, 1775, and reenforced the Con- 
tinental army in New York, 1776. 

MISS ELLEN COCHRAN. 22816 

Born in Windham, New Hampshire. 

Descendant of Robert Dinsmore, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Isaac Cochran and Annis Dinsmore, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Dinsmore and Mary Park, his wife. 

Robert Dinsmore, (1757-1836), known as the "Rustic Bard," 
was a member of the First Company of Windham, where he 
was born and where he died. 

MRS. BLANCHE S. BARTLETT DAMON. 22817 

Born in Nottingham, New Hampshire. 

Wife of Frank Damon. 

Descendant of Col. Joseph Cilley, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of John L. Bartlett and Sarah A. Simpson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Judge Bradbury Bartlett and Polly True, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Col. Thomas Bartlett and Sarah Cilley, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Cilley and Sarah Longfellow, his 
wife. 

Joseph Cilley, (1734-99), gave distinguished service in 
many battles. 

Also Nos. 63, 1254, 2958, 5265, 7853, 8309, 9712, 10275, 12760, 16712. 

MRS. HELEN A. FRENCH COCHRANE. 22818 

Born in Chester, New Hampshire. 

Widow of Gerry Whiting Cochrane. 

Descendant of Col. John Webster, Josiah Flagg and Gould 
French, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Daniel French and Sarah Wingate (Flagg) Bell, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Gould French and Dorothy Whittier, his wife ; 
Josiah Flagg and Anna Webster, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Webster and Hannah Hobbs, his wife. 



286 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

John Webster, (1714-84), was a representative to the Pro- 
vincial Congress, 1776, from Chester, N. H. 

Josiah Flagg, (1748-99), served as a private in the militia 
from Chester, where he was born and where he died, 

Gould French, (1741-1823), enhsted to reenforce the army 
in Canada, 1776, in Capt. Joseph Chandler's company of New 
Hampshire troops. He was born in Epping, N. H. ; died in 
St. Albans, Maine. 

MRS. MARY BARTLETT HILL. 22819 

Born in Hampstead, New Hampshire. 

Wife of Lavoisier Hill. 

Descendant of Hon. Josiah Bartlett, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Josiah Calef Eastman and Anne Augusta Wilson, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Eastman and Miriam Calef, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Calef and Miriam Bartlett (1758-85) 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Bartlett and Mary (Bartlett), his 
wife. 

Josiah Bartlett, (1729-95), was a member of the Continental 
Congress and a signer of the Declaration of Independence. 
He was appointed colonel, 1775, chief justice, Court of Com- 
mon Pleas, 1779; associate justice of the Supreme Court, 
1782, and was the first Governor of New Hampshire. 

Also Nos. 179, 1040, 21 18, 7858, 13440, 20898, 21559. 

MRS. EMMA F. HALL. 22820 

Born in Nashua, New Hampshire. 

Wife of Charles T. Hall. 

Descendant of Alexander Patterson and of Alexander Pat- 
terson, Jr., of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Edward G. Chase and Sarah A. (Chase) (1818-90), 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Chase and Lydia Patterson (1789-1879), his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Alexander Patterson, Jr., and Mary Nelson, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Alexander Patterson and Elizabeth Ar- 
buckle, his wife. 

Alexander Patterson, (1714-1802), was a soldier at Bunker 



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Hill, where he was wounded. He served as selectman and 
signed the Association Test of Henniker, N. H, He was born 
in Ireland. 

Also Nos. 7251, 19337. 

Alexander Patterson, Jr., enlisted from Exeter and served 
as fifer, 1781. He was born in Londonderry, 1763. 

MRS. ELLEN LOUISE KIMBALL HILDRETH. 22821 

Born in Haverhill, New Hampshire. 

Wife of Dr. Henry Albert Hildreth. 

Descendant of Capt. Benjamin Kimball and of Ensign James 
English, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Peabody Webster Kimball and Jane Pearson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Russell Kimball and Louisa Beane, his wife; 
George Pearson and Mary English, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Kimball, Jr., (b. 1771) and Abiah 
Kimball, his wife; Andrew English and Mary Goodell, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Kimball and Sarah Little, his 
wife ; James Enghsh and Jerusha Fairfield, his wife. 

Benjamin Kimball, (1741-79), served as lieutenant, 1775, 
under Col. Enoch Poor and was promoted captain at Ticon- 
deroga, 1776. He was in Sullivan's expedition against the 
Indians when killed by the accidental discharge of a gun. 
He was born in Plaiston, N. H. 

Also No. 1 1623. 

James English, (1745-1800), served in the New Hampshire 
militia to reenforce the northern army, 1777, under Col. Jon- 
athan Chase. He died in Lyme, N. H. 

MISS KATHREEN A. SANBORN. 22822 

Born in Newport, New Hampshire. 

Descendant of Lieut. Uriah Wilcox, John Taylor and Jona- 
than Taylor, all of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Thomas Sanborn, M. D., and Harriet Allen, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Christopher Smith Sanborn and Rachel Taylor, 
his wife; David Allen and Hannah Wilcox, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Taylor and Susannah Thompson (17SO- 
1838), his wife, m. 1784; Uriah Wilcox and Hannah Wright, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Taylor and Rachel Moore (1738- 
1808), his wife. 

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288 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Uriah Wilcox, (1749-1822), served as lieutenant in the New 
Hampshire militia. 

John Taylor, (1762-1840), was a private from Sanbornton, 
where he was born and where he died. 

Jonathan Taylor, (1739- 18 16), was a minute man at the Ben- 
nington Alarm. He died in Sanbornton. 

MRS. FLORENCE WELLS BINGHAM. 22823 

Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Wife of James Bingham. 

Descendant of Richard Sweetser. 

Daughter of William Brown, Jr., and Susan Sweetser Wells, his 
wife. 

■Granddaughter of Daniel Wells and Susanna Sweetser, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Richard Sweetser and Sarah Matthews, his first 
wife. 

See No. 22271. 

MRS. FLORENCE JOY SWAIN. 22824 

Born in White Plains, New York. 

Wife of George Randall Swain. 

Descendant of Nathaniel Joy. 

Daughter of Horace Herbert Joy and Sarah Hutman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Luther Joy and Phylinda Mason, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Joy and Sarah Ward, his wife. 

Nathaniel Joy, (1759- 1833), served as a minute man under 
different commands from Plymouth Co., Mass., 1776-80. He 
was born in Abington, Mass., died in Glover, Vt. 

Also No. 21673. 

MRS. ALETA DE FOREEST KNIGHT. 22825 

Born in Newark, New Jersey. 

Wife of Herbert William Knight. 

Descendant of Lieut. John Brokaw, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of George R. de Foreest and Letitia T. Campfield. his wife. 

Granddaughter of John I. de Foreest and Magdalene Van Nest, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Rynier Van Nest and Anne Brokaw, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Brokaw and Maria Vanderveer, his 
wife. 

John Brokaw, (1735-77), was lieutenant in Capt. Peter 



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Vroom's company of militia at the battle of Germantown, 
where he fell leading his men. His sword and watch were 
carried to his family. He was born in Somerset, N. J. 
Also Nos. 5087, 7100, 13276, 16324, 18719, 19907. 

MISS ELIZABETH GILCHRIST. 22826 

Born in Jersey City, New Jersey. 

Descendant of Dr. John Francis Vacher, 

Daughter of Robert Gilchrist and Fanny Vacher, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Francis Vacher and Sarah Potter, his wife. 

John Francis Vacher, (1751-1807), was appointed surgeon, 
1777, and served through the war. He was an original mem- 
ber of the Society of the 'Cincinnati of New York. He was 
born in France; died in New York City and was buried in 
St. Paul's Churchyard. 

Also Nos. 582, 2460, 17148. 

MRS. CAROLINE MONTGOMERY THOMPSON. 22827 

Born in Brooklyn, New York. 

Wife of John Hoffman Thompson. 

Descendant of Sergt. James Stagg, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Moses Montgomery and JuHa Stagg (1813-75), his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Stagg and Huamah Moore, his wife. 

James Stagg served as private and sergeant in Capt. Isaac 
Halsey's company, Morris county militia. He endured the 
hardships of Valley Forge and the badge of merit he received 
is still in the family. He died, 1820. 

MISS EVA DARELL CUNNINGHAM. 22828 

Born in Anderson County, South Carohna. 

Descendant of Robert John Cunningham and of Pierre Gi- 
bert, of South Carolina. 

Daughter of Samuel Rutledge Cunningham and Caroline Saunders 
Darell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Hood Cunningham and Ehzabeth Bienami 
de Gibert, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Rutledge Cunningham and Elizabeth 
Hood, his wife; Joseph Bienami Gibert and Jeanne Terry, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Eglinton Cunningham and Anne 
Pinckney Rutledge, his wife; Pierre Gibert and Marie Mazel, his wife. 



290 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Robert John Cunningham and Martha 
St. JuHan, his wife. 

Robert John Cunningham, (1722-75), was a patriot who 
gave all possible assistance to the cause of Independence. He 
was killed in a skirmish with Tarleton, 

Pierre Gibert, (1740-1810), succeeded his uncle as head of 
the Huguenot colony. He organized a troop of soldiers 
among those settlers and was at the battles of Ninety-six, Cow- 
pens and Eutaw. He represented the Abbeville District many 
years in the Assembly of South Carolina and was the first to 
raise the American signal of Independence. 

Also No. 20427. 

MRS. CORA R. NEWBERRY. 22829 

Born in Cazenovia, New York. 

Wife of Samuel H. Newberry. 

Descendant of Samuel Cunable and of John Cunable, of 
Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Willard A. Crandall and Clarissa L. Cunable, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Cunable and Celesta Robinson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Cunable and Sarah Dewey, his second 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Cunable and Mary English, his sec- 
ond wife. 

Samuel Cunable, (1717-96), was a minute man at the Lex- 
ington Alarm and served as a private, 1777, in Capt. Amasa 
Sheldon's company, Col. Elisha Porter's regiment. He died 
in Bernardston, Mass. 

John Cunable, (i 749-1 813), turned out in the expedition to 
the northward under Capt. Joseph Stebbins and Col. David 
Wells, 1777. He was born in Bernardston, Mass., where he 
died. 

Also Nos. 4514, 9796. 

MRS. MARY ELIZABETH CARY ALLEN. 22830 

Born in Cherry Valley, New York. 

Wife of George Hart Allen. 

Descendant of John Ely. 

Daughter of Jeremiah Eaton Gary and Mary Elizabeth Brackett, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of James Brackett and Eliza Maria Bennett Ely (b. 
1791), his wife. 



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Gr.-granddaughter of John Ely and Elizabeth Bennett, his wife, m. 
1786. 

John Ely, (1758- 1 847), enlisted in the first call for troops 
in the company called the "Leather Apron Men" and was at 
the battle of Long Island. He served several enlistments and 
was an artificer on the frigate "Independence," 1777. He was 
placed on the pension roll of Philadelphia 'Co., 1832, for service 
of private in the Connecticut Continental Line. He was born 
in Lyme, Conn. ; died in Philadelphia, Pa. Of his five older 
brothers who served, Aaron was killed, 1777, at Kingsbury. 

Also Nos. 12599, 21461. 

MISS MARY HART ALLEN. 22831 

Born in Brockport, New York. 
Descendant of John Ely. 

Daughter of George Hart Allen and Mary Elizabeth Gary, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Jeremiah Eaton Gary and Mary Elizabeth Brackett, 
his wife. 

See No. 22830. 

MISS ELIZABETH BRACKETT ALLEN. 22832 

Born in Brockport, New York. 
Descendant of John Ely. 

Daughter of George Hart Allen and Mary Elizabeth Gary, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Jeremiah Eaton Gary and Mary Elizabeth Brackett, 
his wife. 

See No. 22830. 

MRS. LOUISE WRIGHT BAKER. 22833 

Born in Elba, New York. 

Wife of Noel Byron Baker. 

Descendant of Jared Chittenden, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Thomas Sisson Wright and Henrietta Ghittenden, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Joel Ghittenden and Kate McKean, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jared Ghittenden and Deborah Stone, his wife. 

Jared Chittenden, (1734-1824), served in the first call fot 
troops and, 1776, enlisted in Capt. Daniel Hand's company, 
Col. Matthew Talcott's regiment for the expedition to New 
York. He was born in Guilford, where he died. 

Also No. 9584. 



292 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



MRS. FLORENCE LEWIS HARRISON. 22834 

Born in Albion, New York. 

Wife of Henry Harrison. 

Descendant of Lemuel Cook, William Tousley and Samuel 
Lewis. 

Daughter of Hiram W. Lewis and Melissa Tousley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Shubael Lewis (1785-1861) and Eleanor Robert- 
son (1792- 1834), his wife; Orson Tousley and Electa Cook, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Lewis and Mary Nichols (1749-1823), 
his wife, m. 1772; William Tousley and Sally Reed (1767-1851), his 
wife; Lemuel Cook and Hannah Curtis, his first wife. 

Lemuel Cook, (1763-1866), entered the army at seventeen, 
served in the Virginia campaign and was honorably discharged 
at the close of the war. He received a pension in Clarendon, 
N. Y., where he died. He was born in Plymouth, Conn, 

William Tousley, (1761-1827), enlisted, 1778, in the Ver- 
mont militia and, 1781, served as drummer under Capt. James 
Blakeslee. He was born in Rupert Co., Vt., died in Orleans 
Co., N. Y. 

Samuel Lewis enlisted from Hampshire county, 1779, at the 
age of thirty and served under different commands in the 
Massachusetts militia. 

MRS. MARY PINNEY HAHN. 22835 

Born in Buffalo, New York. 

Wife of F. D. Hahn. 

Descendant of Noah Fuller and of Joseph Pinney, Jr. 

Daughter of Austin Pinney and Juliet Fuller, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joel Pinney (b. 1768) and Violet BHss, his wife; 
Noah Fuller and Lucy Wilson (b. 1773), his wife; 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Pinney, Jr., and Jerusha Fuller (b. 
"^^727), his wife, m. 1761. 

Noah Fuller, (1761-1846), enlisted from Farmington and 
was placed on the pension roll for over six months' actual 
service. He was born in Connecticut ; died in Dorset, Vt. 

Also No. 1 1209. 

Joseph Pinney, Jr., was a minute man at the Lexington 
Alarm from East Windsor, Conn., where he was born in 1734. 
He died in Ludlow, Mass. 



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MRS. HARRIET PATTERSON MINOT. 22836 

Born in Clarkson, New York. 

Wife of Morton Minot. 

Descendant of John Patterson, Lieut. Ephraim Patterson, 
Matthew Adgate and Judge Matthew Adgate, Jr. 

Daughter of Matthew Adgate Patterson and Louisa Farnsworth, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Stephen Patterson (1766-1838) and Lucy Water- 
man Adgate (1772-1837), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ephraim Patterson and Sarah Chandler (1742- 
1801), his wife; Matthew Adgate, Jr., and Lucy Waterman, his first 
wife, m. 1762. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Patterson and Mary Curtis (1713-89), 
his wife; Matthew Adgate and Hannah Hyde (1704-66), his first wife, 
m. 1727. 

John Patterson, (1711-1806), was the town agent of Pier- 
mont, N. H., to distribute suppHes to soldiers and their fami- 
lies. 

Ephraim Patterson, (1739-1809), was sergeant of Green 
Mountain Boys, 1776, and lieutenant in Stark's Brigade at 
Bennington. He was born in Stratford, Conn. ; died in New 
Lrebanon, N. Y. 

Also Nos. 4264, 5548, 1 1294. 

Matthew Adgate, Jr., (1737-1818), on account of lameness 
was prevented from entering the army. He was a member of 
the convention which framed the constitution of New York, 
1777, and subsequently county judge. He was born in Nor- 
wich, Conn. ; died in Adgate Falls, N. Y. 

Matthew Adgate, (1706-87), was chairman of the Commit- 
tee of Safety of Norwich, Conn., where he was born and 
where he died. 

MISS ELECTA MORTON MINOT. 22837 

Born in Clarkson, New York. 

Descendant of Capt. Jonas Minot, Capt. Nathan Frary, Levi 
Morton and Rev. Justin Parsons. 

Daughter of Jonas Minot and Electa Frary Morton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Minot (b. 1779) and Sally Wilson, his wife; 
Daniel Oliver Morton (1788-1852) and Lucretia Parsons, his wife, m. 
1814. 



294 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Gr.-granddaughter of Jonas Minot and Mary Hall, his wife; Justin 
Parsons (1759-1847) and Electa Frary (b. 1759), his wife; Levi Mor- 
ton (1760-1838) and Hannah Daly, his wife, m. 1788. 

See No. 22268. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Frary and Elizabeth Barnard, his 
first wife, m. 1749. 

Jonas Minot, (1735-1813), commanded a company in the 
defense of Boston. He was born in Concord, Mass., where he 
died. 

Nathan Frary, (1719-94), who had served in the early wars, 
was commissioned captain of the Hampshire county militia. 
In 1780 he asked permission to resign on account of old age. 
He was born in Deerfield, Mass., where he died. His son 
Nathan served as a soldier. 

MISS MARY M. L. MINOT. 22838 

Born in Clarkson, New York. 
Descendant of Capt. Jonas Minot, Rev. Justin Parsons, 
Capt. Nathan Frary and Levy Morton. 
Daughter of Jonas Minot and Electa Frary Morton, his wife. 
See Nos. 22268, 22837. 

MRS. MAY SCRANTON MOORE. 22839 

Born in Brockport, New York. 

Wife of Wilson Henry Moore. 

Descendant of Maj. Hezekiah Huntington, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Charles H. Scranton and Mary Huntington, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Marvin Huntington and Sylvia G. Harris, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Gurdon Huntington and Temperance Williams, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Hezekiah Huntington and Submit Murdock, 
his wife, m. 1754. 

Hezekiah Huntington, (1728-1807), served as major at the 
siege of Boston. The army was so poorly equipped he 
founded a factory for repairing arms and in this valuable ser- 
vice lost his property as he was paid in Continental money. 
He was born in Windham, where he died. 

Also Nos. 1 1 13, 3890, 6457, 7302, 11241, 15504, 20645. 



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MISS LUCY BARKER PATTERSON. 22840 

Born in New Lebanon, New York. 

Descendant of John Patterson, Lieut, Ephraim Patterson, 
Matthew Adgate and Judge Matthew Adgate, Jr. 

Daughter of Matthew Adgate Patterson and Harriet Barker, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Stephen Patterson and Lucy Waterman Adgate, 
his wife. 

See No. 22836. 

MISS MARY P. RHOADES. 22841 

Born in Geneva, New York. 

Descendant of Sergt. Nehemiah Cleveland, Capt. William 
Douglas and Capt. Asa Douglas, of New York. 

Daughter of Sumner Rhoades and Susan C. Prentice, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Rhoades and Electa Cleaveland, his wife; 
David Prentice and Cordelia Willis, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nehemiah Cleaveland and Hannah Parsons, 
his wife; Dr. Azariah Willis and Deidamia Douglas, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Douglas and Hannah Cole, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Asa Douglas and Rebecca Wheeler, his 
wife. 

Nehemiah Cleaveland, (1753- 1843), was placed on the pen- 
sion roll of Onondaga Co., for service of private and sergeant 
in the Massachusetts Continental Line. He died in Skane- 
ateles, N. Y. 

William Douglas, (1743-1811), rendered important service 
at Bennington as a spy upon the British works. He was born 
in Plainfield, Conn. ; died in Stephentown, N. Y. 

Asa Douglas, (1715-92), commanded an independent com- 
pany of "Silver Grays" at the battle of Bennington. The gar- 
ret of his house was used as a jail. His son Asa served as a 
major. 

Also Nos. 805, 3696, 4032, 10649, 14297, 17661. 

MISS MARY SEYMOUR. 22842 

Born in Rochester, New York. 
Descendant of Sergt. Samuel Seymour, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of James Seymour and Mira Abigail Hill, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Samuel Seymour and Rebecca Osborn, his wife. 



296 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Samuel Seymour, (1753-1837), was placed on the pension 
roll for service of private and sergeant in the Connecticut 
Line. He died in Litchfield, Conn. 

Also No. 1 1253. 

MRS. ELLA L. NOBLE TANKE. 22843 

Born in Buffalo, New York. 

Wife of Theodore C. Tanke. 

Descendant of Hezekiah Tracy. 

Daughter of John Scott Noble and Mary Jane Shepard, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ralph Shepard and Laura Tracy, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Hezekiah Tracy and Eunice Rood, his wife. 

Hezekiah Tracy, (1746- 1827), served as a private in Capt. 
John Stark's company, Col. Ira Allen's Vermont regiment in 
defense of the northern frontier. He was born in Preston, 
Conn. ; died in Shelbourne, Vt. 

Also No. 1 1247. 

MRS. MARY JEWETT MONTGOMERY. 22844 

Born in Moravia, New York. 

Wife of George B. Montgomery. 

Descendant of Capt. Joseph Jewett, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of James Hervey Jewett and Mary Francis Colegrove, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Josiah Jewett (1773-1860) and Sophia Skinner, his 
second wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Jewett (1732-76) and Lucretia Rogers, 
his wife. 

See No. 22480. 

MRS. ANNA TARBELL SPRING. 22845 

Born in Farmersville, New York. 

Wife of Hon. Alfred Spring. 

Descendant of Capt. Leonard Proctor and of Lieut. Gideon 
Walker, of Vermont. 

Daughter of Dana O. Tarbell and Frances Marie Wilder, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Tarbell and Hannah Billings Walker, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Billings Walker and Hannah Proctor (b. 1778), 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Gideon Walker and Hannah Billings, his 
wife; Leonard Proctor and Mary Keep, his second wife. 



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Leonard Proctor, (1734-1827), served on the Committee of 
Correspondence of Westfield and in the Massachusetts militia. 
He was born in Chelmsford, Mass. ; died in Proctorsville, Vt., 
a town he founded. 

Also Nos. 806, 1465s, 19229, 20005. 

Gideon Walker, (1737-1800), who had fought in the early 
wars, served in a company of matross in Col. James Con- 
verse's regiment of Massachusetts miHtia, 1776. He was born 
in Brookfield, Mass. ; died in Vermont. 

MRS. MARY WINSLOW IVES. 22846 

Born in Marlboro, Vermont. 

Wife of William Ives. 

Descendant of Lieut. Joshua Winslow. 

Daughter of Thomas Jefferson Winslow and Eliza Frances Hunt, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Elisha Winslow and Olive Jones, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joshua Winslow and Rhoda Phinney, his wife. 

Joshua Winslow, (1749-88), served as second lieutenant on 
the brigantine "Massachusetts," 1776. He was born in Har- 
wich, Mass. ; died at sea. 

MRS. AMY TITUS WORTKINGTON. 22847 

Born in Buffalo, New York. 
Wife of Dan Belden Worthington. 
Descendant of Timothy Titus, of New York. 
Daughter of Robert C. Titus and Arvilla, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James B. Titus and Esther, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Titus and Dolly, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Titus and Mary, his wife. 
Timothy Titus served as a private in the New York militia. 

MRS. KATE MOORE SHERMAN. 22848 

Born in Buffalo, New York. 

Wife of Fred Wing Sherman. 

Descendant of Lieut. Joseph Moore and of Josiah Moore, of 
Connecticut. 

Daughter of Theodore Middlebrook Moore and Lorain Hurlburt 
Squire, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Augustus Moore and Catherine Arvilla 
Brown, his wife. 



298 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Moore and Mary Lorana Middlebrook, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Moore, Jr., and Abigail Dewey, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Josiah Moore (b. 1737) and Anna Gil- 
lette, his wife, m. 1762. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Moore and Elisabeth Allyn 
(1712-1790), his wife, m. 1735. 

Joseph Moore, (712-90), served in the militia from New 
Windsor where he was born and where he died. His sons 
Joseph, Ehsha, Asa, Abijah and Josiah served in the war. 

MRS. LILLIE CROES PROVOOST. 22849 

Born in Brooklyn, New York. 

Wife of John M. Provoost. 

Descendant of Bishop John Croes, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Charles L. Willett and Charlotte M. Croes, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Croes and Eleanor Van Mater, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Croes and Martha Crane, his wife. 

John Croes, (1762-1832), served as sergeant and quarter- 
master in the Revolution. He was born in Elizabethtown ; 
died in New Brunswick. He became a bishop and was 
mourned by the State as her distinguished son. 

Also No. 14303. 

MRS. MELISSA PRATT FRYER. 22850 

Born in Buffalo, New York. 
Wife of Robert Livingston Fryer. 
Descendant of Maj. Gen. Samuel Fletcher. 
Daughter of Pascal P. Pratt and Phebe Lorenz, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Samuel Pratt and Sophia Fletcher, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Fletcher (1744-1811) and Mehitable 
Hazeltine, his wife. 
See No. 22851. 

MRS. KATHARINE PRATT HORTON. 22851 

Born in Buffalo, New York. 
Wife of John Miller Horton. 
Descendant of Maj. Gen. Samuel Fletcher. 
Daughter of Pascal P. Pratt and Phebe Lorenz, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Samuel Pratt and Sophia Fletcher, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Fletcher and Mehitable Hazeltine, his 
wife. 



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Samuel Fletcher, (1744-1814), who had served in the early 
wars, was orderly sergeant at the battle of Bunker Hill He 
commanded Vermont minute men at Ticonderoga and Ben- 
nington; served as major in the Burgoyne campaign and rose 
to the rank of major general of militia. He was a member of 
the Board of War, 1781, twelve years a member of the Exec- 
utive Council and was elected to many civil offices he could 
not accept. He was born in Grafton, Mass. ; removed to 
Townsend, Vt., 1772, where he died. 

Also Nos. 3945, 8527, 9249, 11678, 18607. 

MRS. EMMA PRATT JONES. . 22852 

Born in Buffalo, New York. 
Wife of Charles Sumner Jones. 
Descendant of Maj. Gen. Samuel Fletcher. 
Daughter of Pascal P. Pratt and Phebe Lorenz, his wife. 
See No. 22851. 

MRS. IDA MAE STONE GOODE. 22853 

Born in Lima, New York. 
Wife of Richard Wallace Goode. 
Descendant of Levi Stone. 

Daughter of James Stone and Caroline Amelia Yorke, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Horace Stone and Philinda Richardson, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Ira Stone and Rhoda Chapman, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Levi Stone and Elizabeth Clarke, his wife. 
Levi Stone served several enlistments as a private in the 
. Connecticut militia. He was born in Litchfield, Conn., 1753; 
died in Chatham, N. Y. 

MRS. LYDIA CHAMBERLIN LITTLEFIELD. 22854 

Born in Farmington, Michigan. 

Wife of Ira Bayless Littlefield. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. William Chamberlin. 

Daughter of Commodore Perry Chamberlin and Almeda Samantha 
Root, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Enoch Chamberlin and Elizabeth, his wife; John 
Root and Helen Manchester, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Chamberlin and Ann Park, his second 
wife, m. 1771 ; Solomon Root and Rachel Corwin, his wife. 



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William Chamberlin, (i 736-1817), served as lieutenant col- 
onel of New Jersey volunteers in the battles of the Jerseys and 
his eldest son Lewis was killed at Germantown. He was born 
in Ringoes, N. J. ; died in Union Co., Pa. 

Also Nos. 6758, 12451, 13763, 14378, 16465. 

MRS. FRANCES ADELAIDE NEWTON HUNT. 22855 

Born in Westmoreland, New York. 

Wife of Myron W. Hunt, M. D. 

Descendant of Abel Shattuck and of Sergt. Silvanus Oak, 
of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Joseph Dickenson Newton and Belinda Jane Shattuck, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jethro Shattuck (b. 1795) and Elizabeth Brown 
Barber, his second wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abel Shattuck and Lydia Oak (1774-1852), his 
second wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Silvanus Oak and Abigail Ball, his wife. 

Abel Shattuck, (1759-1816), enhsted, 1778, and served in 
the first regiment of Guards under Capt. William JNIarean. 
He was born in Petersham ; died in Colerain, j\Iass. 

Sylvanus Oak, (1749-1800), served as sergeant at the Lex- 
ington Alarm from Princeton, under Capt. Joseph Sargent. 

Also No. 20188. 

MRS. CAROLINE NEWTON EASTON. 22856 

Born in WatervUet, New York. 

Wife of William Easton. 

Descendant of John Newton. 

Daughter of John Milton Newton and Jane Pierson Allen, his third 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Newton and Martha Whiting, his wife. 

John Newton, (1758-1854), was placed on the penson roll 
of Hampshire Co., Mass., 183 1, for service of private in the 
Connecticut militia. He died in Middlefield, Mass. 

MISS HARRIET REED HASKELL. 22S57 

Born in Albany, New York. 
Descendant of Corp. Simeon Haskell, of New York. 
Daughter of William Hervey Haskell and Jane Strong Davidson, his 
wife. 



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Granddaughter of Simeon Parsons Haskell and Mary Huntington 
May, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Simeon Haskell and Sarah Parsons, his wife. 

Simeon Haskell, (1758- 1846), enlisted, 1777, from Gran- 
ville as a private under Capt. Caleb Keep and served, 1780, as 
corporal. He was born in Granville, Mass. ; died in Fennar, 
N. Y. 

MISS ELIZABETH HUBBELL. 22858 

Born in Norwalk, Connecticut. 

Descendant of Lieut. Gershom Hubbell, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of John Curtis Hubbell and Julia Ann Wheeler, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Uriah Hubbell and Sally Sterling, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Moses Hubbell and Susannah Silliman, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Gershom Hubbell and Sarah St. John, his 
third wife. 

Gershom Hubbell, (1729-1802), served as lieutenant in Capt. 
Jonathan Dimon's company, 1775. He was born in Greenfield 
Hill, where he died. 

"MRS. ELVIRA ALEXANDER PARKHURST. 22859 

Born in Avon, New York. 

Descendant of Col. Samuel Ashley. 

Daughter of Lucius Alexander and Sophia Doolittle Chaffin, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Alexander and Lois Hall Rogers, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Capt. John Alexander and Thankful Ashley, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Ashley and Eunice Doolittle, his 
wife. 

See No. 22730. 

MISS ELLA D. PARSONS. 22860 

Born in Albany, New York. 

Descendant of Corp. Henry Bowne and of Lieut. Thomas 
Greene. 

Daughter of John Davis Parsons and EUenor Bowne,, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Stephen Parsons, Jr., and Hannah Thorne, his 
wife; John Bowne and Margaret McGlashan, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Thorne and Deborah Greene, his wife; 
Henry Bowne (1749-1829) and Charity Huff, his wife. 



302 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Greene (1731-1810) and Lydia 
Swain, his wife, m. 1754. 
See No. 22240. 

MISS MAUDE WHITE. 22861 

Born in Albany, New York. 

Descendant of Stephen Putnam and of Stephen William 
Johnson. 

Daughter of Andrew Given White and Agnes Grace Waldron, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Given White and Hannah Johnson Putnam, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of EHsha Putnam and Esther Johnson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Putnam (1729-1803) and Mary 
Gibbs, his wife, m. 1755; Stephen WilHam Johnson (1749-1834) and 
Martha Smith (1756-1832), his wife, m. 1772. 

See No. 22241. 

MRS. HELEN VOSBURGH HUBBARD. 22862 

Born in Rochester, New York. 

Wife of W. A. Hubbard, Jr. 

Desendant of Col. William Plunket, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Hiram D. Vosburgh and Isabella Richardson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Plunket Richardson and Mary Porter, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Richardson and Margaret Plunket. his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Plunket and Esther Harris (1722- 
68), his wife. 

William Plunket who had served in the early wars, was com- 
missioned, 1776, colonel of Northumberland County Associa- 
tors. He was born in Ireland; died, 1791, in Sunbury, Pa., 
where he is buried, 

MISS MARY LOUISE HODGES. 22863 

Born in Brighton, New York. 
Descendant of Capt. Amos Morris, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Willard Hodges and Jane Amy Bradley, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Gurdon Bradley and Phoebe Smith, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Asa Bradley and Amy Morris, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Amos Morris (1726-1801) and Lydia Camp, 
his wife. 

See. No. 22515. 



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MRS. MARY ROSS MORLEY POTTER. 22864 

Born in Rochester, New York. 

Wife of J. Forbes Potter. 

Descendant of Timothy Morley and of Capt. Abraham Stan- 
ley. 

Daughter of John Jefferson Morley and Georgianna Hornby, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Horace Morley (b. 1784) and Mary Kellogg (b. 
1804), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Morley and Eunice Bissell, his wife; 
Ezekiel Kellogg (1770-1828) and Mary EHzabeth Stanley (1770-1841), 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Stanley. 

Timothy Morley served in the Hartford county militia as 
a private. He was born in Windsor, Conn. ; died in Ontario 
Co., N. Y. 

Abraham Stanley served as lieutenant, 1777, and com- 
manded a company at the New Haven Alarm, 1779. He was 
born in Wallingford, Conn., 1731. 

MRS. ISABELLA RICHARDSON VOSBURGH. 22865 

Born in Macedon, New York. 
Wife of Hiram D. Vosburgh. 

Descendant of Col. William Plunket, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of William Plunket Richardson and Mary Porter, his wife, 
See No. 22862. 

MRS. MARY ACKERMAN ACKERMAN. 22866 

Born in New York, N. Y. 
Wife of Alfred H. Ackerman. 
Descendant of Abram Ryckman, of New York. 
Daughter of John Ryckman Ackerman and Susan Van Gelder, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Ackerman and Jemima Ryckman, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Abram Ryckman and Tamar Weeks, his wife. 
Abram Ryckman served in the New York levies. 

MISS KATHERINE HUGUENIN DAVIS. 22867 

Born in New York, N. Y. 
Descendant of Deacon Edward Davis and of Joseph Davis 
Daughter of Robert Huguenin Davis and Phebe Sprong, his wife. 
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304 DAUGHTERS OF THE) AMERICAN REVOIvUTION. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Davis, Jr., and Catharine Huguenin, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Davis and Sylvia Treat, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Edward Davis and EHzabeth Davis, his 
wife. 

Edward Davis, (1739-96), served at the Lexington Alarm 
and was a member of the Provincial Congress of Massachu- 
setts, 1777-80. He was born in Oxford, Mass. 

Joseph Davis, (1763-1821), enlisted as a private in the New 
York Line. He was born in Dudley, Mass. ; died in New 
Lebanon, N, Y. 

MISS JENNIE MILLER GOODWIN. 22S68 

Born in New York, N. Y. 
Descendant of Lieut. George Philip, of New York. 
; Daughter of M. A. Goodwin and Jane Christina Miller, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Franklin Ray Miller and Jane Elizabeth Philip, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William George Philip and Christina Storms, 
his wife. 
. Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of George Philip and Jane Ostrander, his wife. 

George Philip, (1752-1806), served as lieutenant from 
Claverack, where he was born and where he died. 
Also Nos. 937, 21708. 

MISS S. ELIZABETH GREEN. 22869 

Bom in New York, N. Y. 

Descendant of Capt. James Green and of William Webb. 

Daughter of James Wilson Green and Catharine A. Whitney, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Capt. Richard Green (b. 1765) and Sally Webb, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Green and Ruth Marshall, his wife; 
William Webb and EHzabeth Hudson, his wife. 

James Green, (1728-1809), was senior captain of the Second 
Connecticut Militia Regiment of Light Horse through the 
war. He was born in Barnstable, Mass. ; died in East Had- 
dam, Conn, 

William Webb, (1746-1832), served in the Suffolk county, 
New York regiment at the battle of Long Island. 

Also Nos. 3066, 8243. 

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MRS. FRANCES ELIZA RANSOM NICKERSON. 22871 

Born in Galesburg, Illinois. 

Wife of George W. Nickerson. 

Descendant of Lieut. James Smith, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Perry Ransom and Lydia Frances Smith, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Reuben Ransom and Elizabeth Ehle, his wife; 
Allen Smith, Jr., and Matilda Frances Egan, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Allen Smith and Lydia Wardwell, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Smith and Phoebe Wardwell, his 
wife. 

James Smith, (1745-1826), served as Heutenant in the Army 
of Observation, 1775. His house and shipyard were destroyed 
when the British made a raid on Bristol. He then removed 
to Dighton, Mass., where he died. 

Also No. 15709. 

MRS. MARY AUGUSTA SHATTUCK STANTON. 22872 

Born in West Cambridge, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Lucius M. Stanton. 

Descendant of Jacob Moore, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Isaac Shattuck and Lucy Augusta Cutler, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Isaac Shattuck and Hannah Moore, his wife, m. 
1807. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Jacob Moore and Hannah Shattuck (b. 1787), 
his first wife, m. 1784. 

Jacob Moore, (1762- 1828), served as a private in the militia 
from Hollis, where he was born and where he died. 

MISS GRACE ELLIS TAFT. 22873 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Lieut. William Hall, of New York. 

Daughter of Charles Ellis Taft and Mary Hall, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Franklin Hall and Abigail Farnum Hag- 
aman, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Asbury Hall and Nancy Foster, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Zalmon Hall and Elizabeth Bottsford, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Hall and Sarah Peck, his wife. 

William Hall, (1741-1824), served in the defense of the sea- 
coast and at Danbury. He was born in Fairfield county. 
Conn. ; died in Hartford, Washington Co., N. Y. 

Also Nos. 697s, 12133, 21 178. 



306 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REV0I,UTI0N. 

MRS. MARY PHILIP WHEELOCK. 22874 

Born in Stockport, New York. 
Wife of James W. Wheelock. 

Descendant of Lieut. George Philip, of New York. 
Daughter of Dr. John H. Philip and Lucena Woodward, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John G. Philip and Margaret Kittle, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of George Philip (1752-1806) and Jane Ostrander, 
his wife. 

See No. 22868. 

MRS. ADA DAVIS WARD. 22875 

Born in Oswego, New York. 
Wife of Charles Dod Ward. 

Descendant of Deacon Edward Davis and of Joseph Davis. 
Daughter of Henry Lewis Davis and Jane Moore Sprong, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Joseph Davis, Jr., and Catherine Huguenin, his 
wife. 

See No. 22867. 

MRS. MARY CONGER WOOD. 22876 

Born in Niagara Falls, New York. 
Wife of Edward Augustus Wood. 
Descendant of Nehemiah Woodcock. 

Daughter of Dr. Genet Conger and Elizabeth Mary Field, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Uzziah Conger and Hannah West, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John West and Sally Woodcock, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nehemiah Woodcock and Hannah Bristol, 
his wife. 

Nehemiah Woodcock, (1737-1816), gave both military and 
civil service. He was born in Milford, Conn. ; removed to 
Williamstown, Mass., 1769, where he died and his epitaph 
gives his record, 

MRS. MARY G. JACKSON. 22877 

Born in Lockport, New York. 
Wife of J. Carl Jackson. 
Descendant of Pliny Smith. 

Daughter of Hiram Gardner and Sarah A. S. Scovell, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Asahel Scovell and Anna Smith, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Pliny Smith and Sarah Porter, his wife. 
Pliny Smith, (1761-1840), enlisted in the Berkshire Co., 



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Mass., militia under Capt. Enoch Noble in the Burgoyne cam- 
paign and served until the surrender. He was born in Suffield, 
Conn. ; died in Orwell, Vt. 

MRS. CARRIE DOOLITTLE VAN VALKENBURGH. 22878 
Born in Cambria, New York. 

Wife of Charles M. Van Valkenburgh. 

Descendant of Ens. Cyprian Collins, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Lucius F. Doolittle and Caroline M. Wadhams, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Timothy Wadhams and Marcia Denison, his wife. 

6r.-granddaughter of Abraham Wadhams and Tryphena Collins, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Cyprian Collins and Azuba Gibbs, his wife. 

Cyprian Collins, (1733-1809), volunteered at the Danbury 
Alarm and served in "The Household Company," in the Bur- 
goyne campaign. He was bom in Litchfield ; died in Goshen, 
Conn. 

Also Nos. 10924, 12502. 

MRS. MARTHA SHELLEY BAKER. 2287g 

Born in Brownville, New York. 

Wife of Joseph E. Baker. 

Descendant of Samuel Shelley. 

Daughter of Samuel Shelley and Catharine Pride, his wife. 

Samuel Shelley, (1765-1838), served as a fifer. He v/as 
placed on the pension roll, 1818, for service in the Connecticut 
militia. He was born in Stratford, Conn. ; died in Jefferson 
Co., N. Y. 

MRS. MARIETTA SHELLEY PIERCE. 22880 

Born in Brownville, New York. 
Wife of De Forest Pierce. 
Descendant of Samuel Shelley. 

Daughter of Samuel Shelley and Catharine Pride, his wife. 
See No. 22879. 

MISS REBECCA SHELLEY. 22881 

Born in Brownville, New York. 
Descendant of Samuel Shelley. 

Daughter of Samuel Shelley and Catharine Pride, his wife. 
See No. 22879. 



308 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MRS. SALL Y DA VIS NEWMAN. 22882 

Born in Leroy, New York. 
Wife of Col. A. D. Newman. 
Descendant of Jesse Davis. 

Daughter of Jesse Davis and Sarah Stewart, his wife. 
Jesse Davis, (1758-1830), served as a private in the Massa- 
chusetts mihtia. He died in Alexandria, N, Y. 

MRS. MARTHA BELLINGER FOLEY. 22883 

Born in Little Falls, New York. 

Wife of Michael Foley. 

Descendant of Col. Peter BelHnger, of New York. 

Daughter of Joseph Bellinger and Roxy A. Smith, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John C. Bellinger and Mary Feeter, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Bellinger and Anna Eve Campbell, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Peter Bellinger (1726-1813) and Delia Her- 
kimer, his wife. 

See No. 22239. 

MRS. MARY lONE RICHARDSON WATKINS. 22884 

Born in Schuyler, New York. 

Wife of James Henry John Watkins. 

Descendant of Nehemiah Richardson ,of New York. 

Daughter of Duane Richardson and Mary Emeline Smith, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Warren Richardson and Hannah Edgett, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nehemiah Richardson and Deliverance Wor- 
den, his wife. 

Nehemiah Richardson, (1759- 1839), served as a private un- 
der Capt. Samuel Low at the battle of Bennington. He was 
with Col. John Brown, Berkshire county regiment at Stone 
Arabia, 1780, where they were ambushed and the colonel 
killed. He died in Schuyler, N. Y. 

MISS GRACE lONE RICHARDSON WATKINS. 22885 

Born in Schuyler, New York. 

Descendant of Nehemiah Richardson. 

Daughter of James Henry John Watkins and Mary lone Richardson, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Duane Richardson and Mary Emeline Smith, his 
wife. 

See No. 22884. 



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MRS. MARY CLARKE ACKER. 22886 

Born in Brattleboro, Vermont. 

Wife of Milo M. Acker. 

Descendant of Solomon Willson, of Vermont. 

Daughter of Ranslure Weld Clarke and Lucy Chandler Wilder, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Wilder and Polly Willson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Solomon Willson. 

Solomon Willson, (1760-1840), enlisted, 1778, from Worces- 
ter Co., Mass., for the defense of the northern army. He ap- 
plied for a pension, 1832, in Windsor Co., Vt. He was born 
in Petersham, Mass. ; died in Chester, Vt. 

MISS LOIS W. STE\^NS. 22887 

Born in Dansville, New York. 

Descendant of Jonathan Willson, of Vermont. 

Daughter of James H. Stevens and Sally Willson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Willson and Eliza Rich, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonnathan Willson and Lucy Blender (1745- 
1832), his wife. 

Jonathan Willson, (i 741 -1830), who was a soldier in the 
French war, also served in the Revolution. He died in Shore- 
ham, Vt. 

MISS EUGENIA MORRIS. 22888 

Born in Hornellsville, New York. 

Descendant of Lieut. Andrew Morris and of William Barnes. 

Daughter of John Russel Morris and Caroline Bostwick, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Andrew Morris and Lucretia Russel (b. 1774) j his 
wife, m. 1799; William Barnes Bostwick (b. 1790) and Lavina 
Weatherby, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Medad Bostwick and Polly Barnes (1762-1825), 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Barnes and Deborah Griswold, 
his wife, m. 1758. 

Andrew Morris, 1749-1820), served as lieutenant master of 
the navy ; was taken prisoner several times and served during 
the war. He was born in Branford, Conn ; died in Canisteo, 
N. Y. His widow received a pension. 

William Barnes served as a private from Fairfield county, 
Conn., where he was born and where he died. 

Also No. 20548. 



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MRS. ELIZA L. MORRIS STEVENS. 22889 

Born in Hornellsville, New York. 
Widow of Charles Stevens. 

Descendant of Lieut. Andrew Morris and of William Barnes. 
Daughter of John Russell Morris and Caroline Bostwick, his wife. 
See No. 22888. 

MISS ALICE LANSING ATOCHA. 22890 

Born in New York, N. Y. 

Descendant of Dr. Hunloke Woodruff. 

Daughter of Judge Alcee Alexander Atocha and Anne Hunloke 
Brotherson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Philip Hamilton Brotherson and Alice Lansing 
Woodruff, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Hunloke Woodruff and Maria Lansing, his 
wife. 

Hunloke Woodruff, (1754-1811), a graduate of Princeton, 
1774, was appointed surgeon, 1775, in the New York Line 
and was in the expedition to Canada. He was at the siege of 
Fort Stanwix ; with Sullivan in the expedition against the In- 
dians, and served to the close of the war. He was born in 
EHzabeth, N. J. ; died in Albany, N. Y. 

MRS. MARY L. AZOY. 22891 

Born in New York, N. Y. 

Wife of Anastasio C. M. Azoy. 

Descendant of Maj. Gen. James Clinton, of New York. 

Daughter of James Clinton Bolton and Laura Elizabeth Tallmadge, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Francis Bolton and Letitia CHnton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Clinton and Mary Gray, his second wife. 

James Clinton, (1736-1812), who had served in the early 
wars, commanded a regiment in the Canadian campaign, 1775. 
In 1776 he was made brigadier general, was in command at 
Fort Clinton when it was attacked by Sir Henry Clinton, and 
in the assault he was wounded. He distinguished himself in 
Sullivan's successful expedition against the Indians, 1779, and 
was promoted major general at the close of the war. He 
was born in New Windsor, where he died. 

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MRS. FLORENCE MORSE FOUQUET. 22892 

Born in Staten Island, New York. 

Wife of Morton Leffingwell Fouquet. 

Descendant of David Cady. 

Daughter of Anthony Wellman Morse and EHza Jackson Cady, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Jay Cady and Mary Henrietta Jackson, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of David Cady and Anna Shuler, his wife. 

David Cady, (1754- 18 18), served in the Connecticut militia. 
He was born in Stonington, Conn. ; removed to Montgomery 
Co., N. Y., 1787, and died in Florida, N. Y. 

MRS. ALMA RAUB CHENEY. 22895 

Born in Poughkeepsie, New York. 

Wife of Halsey Haines Cheney. 

Descendant of Capt. Frederick Streit, of New York. 

Daughter of James Madison Raub and Elizabeth Streit, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lewis Frederick Streit and Martha Wigg, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Phillip Streit and Elizabeth Cramer, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Frederick Streit and Catharine Moore, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Frederick Streit and Anna Catrina 
Moul, his wife. 

Frederick Streit, (1742-1800), served as captain in the Sixth 
and Fourth Dutchess County Regiments under different com- 
mands. He was born in Rhinebeck, where he died. 

MRS. MARY GRIFFIN MERRILL. 22894 

Born in Warrensburgh, New York. 

Wife of Cyrus Strong Merrill. 

Descendant of Ensign Stephen Griffing, Joshua Fletcher and 
Corp. Phineas Fletcher, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Stephen Griffin and Maria Coman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Griffin and Catherine McEwen, his wife; 
Isaac Coman and Betsey Fletcher, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Griffing and Elizabeth Uhl, his wife; 
Phineas Fletcher and Mary Campbell, his wife. 

See No. 22147. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joshua Fletcher and Mary Allen, his wife. 

Joshua Fletcher, (1724-1814), was a member of the Com- 
mittee of Safety of Lancaster, Mass., where he was born and 
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312 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Phineas Fletcher, (1753-1825), served as a private at the 
Lexington Alarm and as corporal at the Bennington Alarm. 
He was born in Lancaster, Mass. ; died in Adamsville, N. Y. 

Also No. 396. 

MRS. SARAH ADALINE CUMMINGS BATCHELLER. 22895 

Born in Boston, Massachusetts. 

Wife of George Clinton Batcheller. 

Descendant of Sergt. Stephen Horton, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Gilbert Cummings and Margaret Jane Horton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Stephen Horton, Jr., and Margaret McCoy, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Horton and Submit Henshaw, his 
wife. 

Stephen Horton, (1752- 1825), served as sergeant at Castle 
Island, 1776, and at the Rhode Island Alarm, 1777. He was 
born in Milton, Mass., where he died, and his grave has been 
marked by the Sons of the American Revolution. 

MRS. JENNIE GREENWOOD MANSFIELD BAIRD. 22896 

Born in Boston, Massachusetts. 

Wife of William Raimond Baird. 

Descendant of Capt. Thomas Abbe and of John Abbe, of 
Connecticut. 

Daughter of George Washington Mansfield and Olivia L. Olmsted, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Arnold Olmsted and Lorinda Pease, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Simeon Olmsted and Abigail Collins, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Simeon Olmsted and Roxalena Abbe, his 
wife; Eliphalet Collins and Abigail Abbe, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Abbe and Sarah Root, his wife 
(parents of Roxalena) ; Thomas Abbe and Penelope Terry, his wife. 

Thomas Abbe, (1731-1811), was a minute man at the Lex- 
ington Alarm, commanded a company, 1777, and retired 1778. 
He was born in Enfield, where he died. 

John Abbe, (1717-94), was a minute man from Enfield at 
the Lexington Alarm. 

MRS. MARY H. CAMMANN. 22897 

Born in New Bedford, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Henry H. Cammann. 



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Descendant of Capt. William Blackler, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Edward P. Abbe and Mary Hooper Blackler, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Greenleaf Blackler and Eunice Hooper, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Blackler and Elizabeth Greenleaf 
Gerry, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Blackler and Mary Ingalls, his 
first wife. 

William Blackler, (1740-1818), had command of a boat in 
which Washington crossed the Delaware. He was born in 
Marblehead, where he died. 

Also Nos. 7681, 13571, 18491, 21185. 

MISS FLORENCE C. GILES. 22898 

Born in New York, N. Y. 

Descendant of John Giles, of New York. 

Daughter of John Spencer Giles (1799-1881) and Jeannette Ann 
(1824-82), his second wife. 

Granddaughter of John Giles and Joanna Young (1761-1858), his 
wife. 

John Giles was a private in the Tryon county militia. He 

died in 1836 in New York. 
Also No. 19955- 

MISS MARIA LOUISE GROUARD. 22899 

Born in Allegheny, Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Paul Shackford, Capt. Ephraim Dennett and 
Jonathan Dennett, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of John Hanson Grouard, M. D., and Amelia Moore Shack- 
ford, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ephraim Grouard and Maria Corson, his wife; 
Capt. Samuel Shackford and Sarah Cottle, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Edmund M. Grouard and Susannah Dennet, 
his wife; John Shackford and Amelia Moore, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jeremiah Dennet and Susannah Peverley, 
his wife; John Shackford and Deborah Seaward, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ephraim Dennet and Lydia Water- 
house, his wife, m. 175 1 ; Paul Shackford and Rebecca Hudson, his 
wife, m. 1727- 

Paul Shackford, who had served in the early wars, was a 
patriot of the Revolution. He was born in Portsmouth, N. 
H. ; died in 1787 in Newburyport, Mass. 



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Ephraim Dennet, who had served in the early wars, signed 
the Association Test, as did also his son Jonathan He was 
born in Portsmouth, 1718. 

MRS. IDA JOSEPHINE HYDE SEXTON. 22900 

Born in New York, N. Y. 

Wife of William Lord Sexton. 

Descendant of Lieut. James Hyde, Jr., of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Frederick Erastus Hyde and Ida Josephine Babbitt, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Edwin Hyde and Elizabeth Alvina Mead, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Erastus Hyde and Fannie Bell, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Hyde, Jr., and Martha Nevins, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Hyde and Sarah Marshall, his 
wife. 

James Hyde, Jr., (1752-1809), served as sergeant, 1777; 
was promoted lieutenant, 1781, and served to the close of the 
war. He was at Germantown, Valley Forge, Monmouth, 
Stony Point and Yorktown. He was born in Norwich, where 
he died. 

Also Nos. 2626, 12236, 13287, 14485. 

MISS ELIZABETH A. HYDE. 22901 

Born in New York, N. Y. 
Descendant of Lieut. James Hyde, Jr., of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Frederick Erastus Hyde and Ida Josephine Babbitt, his 
wife. 

See No. 22900. 

MRS. CAROLINE ENGLISH HIX. 22902 

Born in Union, Virginia. 
Wife of W. Preston Hix. 

Descendant of Zedekiah Morgan, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Randolph Stalnaker and CaroHne Zoll Erskine, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Adam Stalnaker, d. 1814, and Naomi Morgan, his 
wife, m. 1805. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Zedekiah Morgan and Ruth Dart, his wife, m. 

1769. 

Zedekiah Morgan, of Danbury, served in the Quartermas- 
ter's Department, 1779-81, as conductor of teams for trans- 
porting supplies to the army. 



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22903 

MRS. LAURA A. BALL PINKUS. 22904 

Born in Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Wife of Frederick S. Pinkus. 

Descendant of Rev. Eliphalet Ball and Flamen Ball, of New 
York; Capt. Nicholson Broughton and Ensign John Dev- 
ereux, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Flamen Ball, Jr., (1809-85) and Evelina Candler, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Flamen Ball and Ann Western, his wife, m. 1803; 
Samuel Candler and Eleanor Devereux, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Eliphalet Ball and Elizabeth Van Fleming, his 
wife; John Devereux, Jr., and Mary Broughton, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nicholas Broughton and Sarah Martin Pe- 
drick, his wife. 

Eliphalet Ball ,(1728-97), a graduate of Yale, was a patriot 
preacher and fortified his church against the British and In- 
dians. He was born in New Haven, Conn. ; died in Ballston, 
N. Y. A town he founded. 

Flamen Ball, (1760-1816), served as a private under Capt. 
Sylvanus Collins in the Twelfth Albany County Regiment. 

Also No. 1 183. 

Nicholas Broughton, (1724-98), commanded a company of 
militia and received the first naval commission from the Com- 
mander-in-Chief, 1775, with orders to take command of the 
schooner "Hannah." He was born in Marblehead, where he 
died. 

Also Nos. 661S, 13396, 14365, 15005. 

John Devereux, Jr., (1748-88), served as ensign in Capt. 
Nicholas Broughton's company. Col. John Glover's regiment, 

MISS ROSALIND ADELAIDE RICHMOND. 22905 

Born in New York, N. Y. 
Descendant of Josiah Richmond and of Lieut. Jasper Mead, 
of New York. 

Daughter of Alfred WilHams Richmond and Rosalind C. Morse, his 
second wife. 

Granddaughter of Dean Richmond (1804-66) and Mary Elizabeth 
Mead (1813-95), his wife, m. 1833. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Hathaway Richmond (1772-1821) and Rachel 
Dean, his wife, m. 1798; Thaddeus Mead and Electa Dauchy, his wife. 



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Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Richmond and Betsy Hathaway 
(1750-1835), his wife; Jasper Mead and EHzabeth Benedict, his wife. 

Josiah Richmond, (1747-1821), served as a private in the 
Massachusetts militia at the Rhode Island Alarms. He was 
born in Dighton, Mass. ; died in Salina, N. Y. 

Jasper Mead, (1755-1830), served as quartermaster's ser- 
geant, 1777; was promoted regimental quartermaster, which 
office he held until he resigned, 1780. He was an original 
member of the Society of the Cincinnati, of Connecticut. He 
was born in Norwalk, Conn. ; died in Galway, N. Y. 

Also No. 20436. 

22906 
MRS. ISIDORE B. CHENEY TUTTLE. 22907 

Born in New York, N. Y. 

Wife of Edward A. Tuttle. 

Descendant of Ephraim Cheney, James Sniffin^ Edward 
Cheney, Joseph Cue and Bezaleel Hale. 

Daughter of Thomas Jefferson Cheney and Dorinda Barker, his wife, 
m. 1832. 

Granddaughter of Ephraim Cheney, Jr., (1767-1852), and Dorcas 
(Cheney) (1773-1821), his wife, m. 1793; Thomas B. Barker (1787- 
1847) and Hannah Cue (1790-1855), his wife, m. 1808. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Ephraim Cheney and Barshaba Segur, his wife, 
m. 1766; Edward Cheney and Abagail Hale (1752-1841), his wife (pa- 
rents of Dorcas), m. 1772; Samuel Barker (1755-96) and Mary Snif- 
fin (1754-1834), his wife, m. 1775; Joseph Gue and Patience Horton 
(1760-1825), his wife, m. 1780. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Bezaleel Hale and Abigail Marble (1748- 
1827), his wife; James Sniffin and Hannah Purdy (1724-89), his wife. 

Ephraim Cheney served several enlistments in the Massa- 
chusetts militia and was at the surrender of Burgoyne. He 
was born in Newton, Mass., 1741 ; died in Brandon, Vt. 

James Sniffin, (1720-97), served in the New York militia 
and was a prisoner of war, 1778-9. He was born in Westches- 
ter Co., N. Y., where he died. 

Edward Cheney, (1752-1813), was a Massachusetts minute 
man at the Lexington Alarm under Capt. Isaac Gates He 
was born in Newton, Mass. ; died in Brandon, Vt. 

Joseph Gue served in the New York levies in the Westches- 
ter county militia under Capt. Thomas Hunt. 



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Bezaleel Hale, (1715-1804), served on the Alarm list of 
Middlesex county. He was born in Stow, Mass. ; where he 
died. 

MRS. MARTHA VAN ANTWERP. 22908 

Born in Brodhead, Wisconsin. 

Wife of William Clarkson Van Antwerp. 

Descendant of Lieut. Henry Scudder and of Ezekiel Wicks, 
of Long Island. 

Daughter of Westcott Beebe Mack and Ophelia Wicks, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Haviland Wicks (1788-1845) and Mary Scudder 
(1784- 1847), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jesse Wicks and Susannah Kelsey, his wife; 
Youngs Prince Scudder (b. 1771) and Hannah Bryant, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ezekiel Wicks and Sarah Haviland, his wife; 
Henry Scudder and Phebe Carl, his wife. 

Henry Scudder, (1743-1822), was a lieutenant of minute 
men at the battle of Long Island, where he was captured. He 
served as aide to Gen. Nathaniel Tallmadge and had many 
narrow escapes harrassing the enemy. He was born in Hunt- 
ington, Long Island, where he died. 

Ezekiel Wicks was among the patriot refugees of Hunting- 
ton, Long Island, who aided the cause in secret service. 

Also Nos. 4516, 5725, 1 1663, 17739, 18893. 

MRS. MARY GERTRUDE WINSLOW. 22909 

Born in Moorfield, Ohio. 

Widow of William Winslow. 

Descendant of Peter Munson, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Thomas Grier Scott and Matilda Ann Munson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Weait Munson and Mary E. Davies, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Peter Munson and Elizabeth Hall, his wife. 

Peter Munson, (1735-1830), served on the committee to pro- 
cure supplies for the army, 1779. He was born in Cheshire, 
Conn., where he died. 

Also No. 20877. 

MRS. MARY WEBSTER PARKER NILES. 22910 

Born in Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 
Wife of Rev. Charles Martin Niles. 

Descendant of Lieut. Abel Parker and of Rev. Laban Ains- 
■«■ rtli. 



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Daughter of Edward Hazen Parker and Sarah Olcott, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Isaac Parker and Sarah Ainsworth, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abel Parker and Edith Jewett, his wife; Laban 
Ainsworth and Mary Minot (1761-1845), his wife. 

Abel Parker, (1753-1831), was a minute man at the Lexing- 
ton Alarm and rose to the rank of lieutenant, jNIassachusetts 
Line. He was born in Westfield, Mass. ; died in Jaffrey, N. H. 

Rev. Laban Ainsworth, (1757-1858), a graduate of Dart- 
mouth, 1778, acted as chaplain and having the use of only one 
hand, served the powder when the troops were in action. In 
1782 he accepted a call to Jaffrey, where he remained 76 
years, the longest pastorate on record. He was born in Wood- 
stock Conn. 

Also Nos. 2334, 3974. 

MRS. EMILY M. B. MEAD SHIELS. 2291 1 

Born in Sing Sing, New York. 

Wife of George Shiels. 

Descendant of Gabriel Requa, of New York. 

Daughter of Robert Gillespie Mead and Harriet Newell Earle, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Elkanah Mead and Mary Requa, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Gabriel Requa and Ehzabeth Oakley, his wife. 

Gabriel Requa served in the Westchester county militia. 
He died in Tarrytown. 

Also No. 6884. 

MRS. MADELEINE HAWLEY BARNUM. 22912 

Born in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Dr. M. Wright Barnum. 

Descendant of Col. Zebulon Butler. 

Daughter of Christopher Eldredge Hawley and Mary Elizabeth 
Wright, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hendrick Bradley Wright and Mary Ann Bradley 
Robinson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John W. Robinson and Ann Butler, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Zebulon Butler and Phoebe Haight, his 
third wife. 

Zebulon Butler, (1731-95), who had fought in the early 
wars, commanded the forces at Wyoming, 1778, and served to 
the close of the contest. He was an original member of the 



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Society of the Cincinnati of Connecticut. He was born in 
Lyme, Conn. ; died in Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 
Also Nos. 2006, 4312, 16450, 20038. 

MISS ANNA E. BALLOU. 22913 

Born in Utica, New York. 
Descendant of Judge William Potter. 
Daughter of Peter Ballou and Elizabeth Gay, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Jerahmeel Ballou and Anna Perry, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Perry and Mary Potter, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Potter and Penelope Hazard, his 
wife. 

William Potter, (1722-1814), was a member of the General 
Assembly of Rhode Island, 1775, and chief justice of the Court 
of Common Pleas, 1776. He was born in Kingston, R, I.; 
died in Ontario Co., N. Y. 

MRS. JENNIE VEDDER BROWER.. 22914 

Born in Utica, New York. 

Wife of Dr. Abram G. Brower. 

Descendant of Capt. Thomas Brower Bancker and of Capt. 
Garret S. Veeder, of New York. 

Daughter of Nicholas F. Vedder and Cornelia Blandina Veeder, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Francis Vaude Bogart Vedder and Magdalena 
Bancker, his wife; Garret S. Veeder and Jenneke Ten Eyck, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Brower Bancker and Anna Mebie, 
his wife. 

Thomas Brower Bancker, (1729-1807), commanded a com- 
pany of Albany county militia. He was born in Schenectady, 
where he died. 

Also Nos. 4436, 8570. 

Garret S. Veeder, (1751-1836), was the junior captain of 
militia, 1776, and was present at the surrender of Burgoyne. 
He was born in Schenectady, where he died. 

MRS. ROSETTA CAROLINE LANE PUGH. 22915 

Born in Utica, New York. 
Wife of Ezra R. Pugh. 

Descendant of Capt. Jabez Hall, Calvin Hall, Capt. Joseph 
Barnes, Capt. Daniel Brown and Jabez Cary, Jr. 



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Daughter of Samuel Yates Lane and Frances Emma Hall, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Calvin Hall (1804-69) and Rosetta Gary (18O3- 
O7), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Luther Hall (1784-1805) and Sarah Brown 
(1784-1860), his wife, m. 1802; Bela Gary (1764-1827) and Lois Kent 
(1775-1857), his wife, m. 1794. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Galvin Hall and Mercy Barnes (b. 1763), 
his wife, m. 1782; Daniel Brown and Ghloe Bucklin (1754-1846), his 
wife; Jabez Gary, Jr., and Martha Gilbert, his wife, m. 1759. 

Gr.-gr. -gr.-granddaughter of Jabez Hall and Hannah (1726-1807), 
his wife; Joseph Barnes and Hannah Stowe (1726-1812), his wife; 
Elisha Brown (1711-1800) and Patience Edmonds, his wife, m. 1735; 
Jabez Gary (1691-1760) and Hannah Hendee, his wife, m. 1722. 

Jabez Hall, (1724-76), was a member cf the Committee of 
Safety of Lanesboro, Mass., 1775. He served in Arnold's Ca- 
nadian expedition and took with his his sons Gershom, John 
and Lyman. He was born in Connecticut; removed from 
New Fairfield, 1769, to Berkshire Co., Mass., and died of 
smallpox in Canada when that epidemic depleted the army. 

Calvin Hall. (1760-1833), enlisted, 1777, for duty at Fort 
Ann and, 1780, was at Stone Arabia, where the colonel was 
killed. He served in the Stark's Life Guard and was a minute 
man subject to call when not serving an enlistment. He was 
born in New Fairfield, Conn. ; removed to Berkshire county, 
Mass., where he lived during the Revolution, and where the 
house he built in Cheshire is still standing. He was placed 
on the pension roll of Oneida Co., N. Y., for nearly two years' 
actual service in the Massachusetts militia. 

Joseph Barnes, (1726-1813), served on the Committee of 
Safety of Lanesboro, 1775. He commanded a company in the 
Burgoyne campaign in Col. Benjamin Symond's regiment of 
Berkshire county militia. He was born in East Hampton, L. 
L ; died in Lanesboro, Mass. 

Daniel Brown, (1747-1840), in command of a company, 
reached Bennington when the battle was raging. The Berk- 
shire men, begrimed with travel, so sturdily supported the 
worn yeomanry that the enemy were repulsed in their last des- 
perate charge. He was born in Warwick, R. L ; removed to 
Cheshire, Mass., 1768, where the house he built in 1797 is now 
the Cheshire Inn. He rests in the beautiful cemetery on the 
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Jabez Gary, Jr., gave civil service in Mansfield, Conn., and 
was enrolled in the militia. He was born, 1727, in Windham, 
Conn., lived in Mansfield during the Revolution. His eldest 
son Jabez, enlisted from Mansfield as a private and survived 
to receive a pension. 

Also Nos. 2053, 6379, 7657, 181 18, 19720, 20100. 

MRS. GERTRUDE STONE PECK. 22916 

Born in Mexico, New York. 

Wife of Fayette Hamilton Peck. 

Descendant of Corp. Samuel Hurlbut. 

Daughter of Samuel Hurlbut Stone and Rhoda Ann Butterfield, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Isaac Stone and Lydia Hurlbut, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Hurlbut (1748-1816) and Jerusha Hig- 
gins, his wife. 
See No. 22466. 

MRS. LOUISE VANETTE WHEELER. 22917 

Born in Oswego, New York. 

Wife of Frank E. Wheeler. 

Descendant of Ebenezer Brown. 

Daughter of Cheney Ames and Katherine J. Brown, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Reed Brown and Hannah Louise Blinn, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Brown and Pamelia Ferris, his wife. 

Ebenezer Brown enlisted from Rye in the Westchester 
county militia. He was born in Rye, N. Y. ; removed to Ver- 
mont, 1795, and died in Burlington, Vt., 1839. 

MRS. BERTHA B. H. WRIGHT. 22918 

Born in Hartford, Connecticut. 
Wife of William Wright. 

Descendant of Capt. John Barnard and of Dorus Barnard. 
Daughter of Lucius E. Hunt and Harriet Ann Barnard, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Harvey Barnard and Phebe Broadwell, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Dorus Barnard and Abigail Dodd, his wife. 
Gr. -gr.-granddaughter of John Barnard and Hannah Bigelow, his 
wife. 
John Barnard, (1732-1813), served at the siege of Boston 



322 DAUGHTERS OF THE) AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



and was lieutenant in Wadsworth's brigade at the battles of 
Long Island and White Plains. He commanded a company in 
the Continental Line and was an original member of the Cin- 
cinnati of Connecticut. 

Dorus Barnard, (1758-1818), served as a private under his 
father in the regiment that occupied Boston after the siege. 

Also Nos. 3719, 7560, 8360, 13992, 14658, 15872, 17183. 

MRS. ALICE OOSTERHOUDT-ALLEN. 22919 

Born in Olean, New York. 

Wife of Henry G. Allen. 

Descendant of James Brooks and of Cornelius Brooks. 

Daughter of Samuel Oosterhoudt and Mary Hyndshaw Bunson, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Brunson and Julia Brooks, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Cornelius Brooks and Mary Hyndshaw (Hen- 
shaw), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Brooks and Mary Johnson, his wife. 

James Brooks, (1729-1812), was a private in the New Jer- 
sey Continental Line. He was born in Wales ; died in Tioga 
Center, N. Y. 

Cornelius Brooks, (1758-1837), was placed on the pension 
roll, 1832, for seven months' actual service as fifer with the 
Northampton county, Pennsylvania Associators. He removed 
to Olean, N. Y., 1806, where he died and his tombstone states 
he was taken prisoner at Long Island and confined in the old 
Dutch Church, New York City. 

Also Nos. 3908, 8588, 12444, 17054, 19418, 21203. 

MRS. ROSALIE B. CRONIN. 22920 

Born in Lexington, Virginia. 

Wife of William Paul Cronin. 

Descendant of George Michael Koiner. 

Daughter of Charles William Freeman and Laura Baylor, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Baylor and Isabella Koiner, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Michael Koiner and Susan Haupe, his 
wife. 

George Michael Koiner, (1758-1840), served as a soldier, as 
did also his brothers Adam and Casper. He was born in Lan- 
caster Co., Pa. ; died in Augusta Co., Va. 

Also No. 6969. 



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MRS. AGNES SMITH EGGLESTON. 22921 

Born in Portville, New York. 

Wife of John E. Eggleston. 

Descendant of Lieut. Thomas Tanner, 

Daughter of Hiram Bangs Smith and Charlotte Percival Smith, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Lemuel Smith and Clarissa Tanner, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Zera Tanner and Janette McWhorter, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Tanner and Anna Baldwin, his 
wife. 

Thomas Tanner, (1743-1817), served as second lieutenant 
under Capt. Simeon Smith in the Connecticut militia in the 
New York campaign, 1776, was captured and four years a 
prisoner. He was born in Cornwall, Conn. ; died in Coopers- 
town, N. Y. 

Also No. 21369. 

MISS FRANCES WILLIAMS MELOY. 22922 

Born in EUicottville, New York. 

Descendant of Timothy Dawson, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of John Willard Meloy and Frances Williams, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Frederick William Meloy and Martha Emilia Wil- 
lard, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Henry Meloy and Anne Dawson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Dawson and Abigail Winston, his 
second wife. 

Timothy Dawson, (1743- 1828), served as a private in the 
defense of the sea coast. He was born in East Haven ; died 
in New Hartford^ Conn. 

Also Nos. 7358, 9371. 

MISS M. MABELLE PIERCE. 22923 

Born in Sand Bank, New York. 

Descendant of Josiah Converse and Josiah Converse, Jr., of 
Massachusetts. 

Daughter of William Polleys Pierce and Sarah Pearson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Tay Pearson and Martha Maria Converse 
Caldwell, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Caldwell and Czarina Converse, his 

wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Converse, Jr. (b. 1759). and Martha 

Tidd, his wife. 



324 DAUGHTERS OF THE) AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Converse and Hepzibah Brooks, 
his wife, m. 1758. 

Josiah Converse, (1733-1810), turned out from Woburn to 
reenforce the northern army, 1777. His son Josiah also served 
as a soldier. 

MRE. EMILY A. MERSEREAU WHEELER. 22924 

Born in Erwin Center, New York. 

Wife of William Egbert Wheeler. 

Descendant of Judge Joshua Mersereau, of New York. 

Daughter of Samuel Mersereau and Esther Butts, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John G. Mersereau and JuHa Redfield, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joshua Mersereau, Jr., and Dinah Garretson, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joshua Mersereau and Sophie La Grange, 
his first wife. 

Joshua Mersereau, (1728-1804), was called by the British 
the "Rebel Mersereau," and they put a price upon his head. 
He served several sessions in the Assembly from Richmond 
county and as commissary general of prisoners during the 
war, with headquarters near Boston, Mass., and Elizabeth- 
town, N. J. He was born in Staten Island ; died in Tioga 
Co., N. Y. 

Also Nos. 476, 1 1 189, 16382. 

MRS. THEODORA MUNN ECKBO. 22925 

Born in Utica, New York. 

Wife of Axel J. C. Eckbo. 

Descendant of Sergt. Calvin Munn, Thomas Pier, Jr., and 
David Pier. 

Daughter of Charles Starr Munn (1839-82) and Mary Elizabeth Pier, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Munn, 2d, and Mary Meek, his wife; Delos 
David Pier (1815-88) and Marinda Eliza Wood, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Calvin Munn and Hannah Griffin, his wife; 
Ephraim Pier (1785-1842) and Mary Thurber, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Pier and Abigail Seward, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Pier, Jr., and Rachel Tremaine, 
his wife. 

Calvin Munn, (1761-1850), enlisted at sixteen in the Massa- 
chusetts infantry and served six years. He was honorably 
discharged and this document is in the possession of the fam- 



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ily. He was placed on the pension roll, 18 18. He was born 
in Monson, Mass. ; died in Springfield, Vt. 

Also No. 12143. 

Thomas Pier, Jr., (1730-1816), served in the Berkshire 
county militia at various Alarms. He removed from Great 
Barrington, Mass., 1790, with his six sons (John, Levi, David, 
Solomon, Abner and Silas) and founded a town in Otsego 
Co., N. Y. 

Also No. 350. 

David Pier served at the alarm to the northward, 1781, un- 
der Capt. Thomas IngersoU, First Berkshire County Regi- 
ment. He was born in Great Barrington, Mass., 1756; died 
in Otsego Co., N. Y. 

MRS. MARY I. THOMPSON SMITH. 22926 

Born in Cooperstown, New York. 

Wife of Menzo A. Smith. 

Descendant of Maj. Robert McKean and of Samuel Mc- 
Kean, of New York. 

Daughter of Samuel McKean Thompson and Mary Olive, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Avery Thompson and Eleanor McKean, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel McKean and (Jane) Ellen Campbell, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Robert McKean. 

Robert McKean, (1736-81), raised a company of Rangers, 
1776, for the defense of Cherry Valley and was killed in a 
battle with the Indians near Fort Plain. He was born in Lon- 
donderry, N. H. 

Also No. 14256. 

Samuel McKean, (1763-1846), served with his father and 
was severely wounded when his father was killed. He was 
born in Cherry Vallev ; died in Cooperstown, N. Y. 

MISS ANNA MARIE CARTER. 22927 

Born in Ira, New York. 
Descendant of Enoch Carter. 

Daughter of Russell Carter and Prudence Davis Burgess, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Benjamin Carter and Eliza Cole, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Enoch Carter and Olive Woodard, his wife. 
Enoch Carter, (1757-1831), enhsted in Capt. Jonathan 



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Birge's company, Wads worth's brigade, 1776; was at Long 
Island and White Plains, where the captain was mortally 
wounded. He reenlisted, 1777 for three years, served in 
Rhode Island, on the Hudson in the Jerseys, and was in many 
battles. He was detailed to furnish supplies to the army. He 
was born in Hebron, Conn. ; died in Washington Co., N. Y. 

MISS MARTHA REED SPALDING. 22928 

Born in Boston, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Col. James Livingston and of Capt. Heze- 
kiah Hutchins. 

Daughter of Rev. George B. Spalding, D. D., LL. D., and Sarah Liv- 
ingston Olmstead, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Spalding, M. D., and Eliza Reed, his wife; 
Rev. John W. Olmstead, D. D., and Mary Livingston, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Col. Thomas Reed and Patty Hutchins, his 
wife; Richard Montgomery Livingston and Sarah Jacob, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Hezekiah Hutchins and Anne Merrill 
(Sweet), his wife; James Livingston and Elizabeth Simpson, his wife. 

James Livingston, (1747-1832), was colonel with Mont- 
gomery when that general fell at Quebec, 1775. He was at 
Stillwater and Saratoga and in command at West Point at the 
time of Arnold's treason. Washington expressed to him his 
gratification "that the post was in the hands of an officer so 
devoted as yourself to the cause of your country." He died 
in Saratoga, N. Y. 

Also No. 6929. 

Hezekiah Hutchins, (1728-96), offered his services to the 
Committee of Safety of Hampstead, saying, "that he had been 
in all wars since the taking of Louisberg and was two years 
chief engineer at Fort Frederick." He was captain in CoL 
James Reed's regiment at Bunker Hill and marched with vol- 
unteers to reenforce the army at Saratoga. He was bom in 
Haverhill, Mass. ; died in Hampstead, N. H. 

Also Nos. 1417, 8483, 10438, 1 1463. 

MRS. MARY SWART BROWN. 22929 

Born in Davenport, New York. 
Wife of Walter L. Brown. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. Peter Ziele and of Hendrick 
Schaeffer, of New York. 



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Daughter of George D. Swart and Martha J. Cowley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Tunis Swart and Julia Ann Schaeffer, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Peter Swart and Margaret Ingold, his wife; 
Christopher H. Schaeffer and Jane (Schaefer), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Tunis Swart and Annatie Ziele, his wife; 
Hendrick Schaeffer and Sophia Hilts, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Peter Ziele and Margaret Bouck, his wife. 

Peter Ziele, (1747-98), was a member of the Committee of 
Safety and was appointed by the Provincial Congress, 1775, 
lieutenant colonel of militia. He was at the Middle Fort when 
Sir John Johnson raided the valley. He was born in Scho- 
harie, where he died. 

Hendrick Schaeffer, (1758- 1832), served as gunner in John- 
son's raid of Schoharie county. He was born in Schoharie, 
where he died. 

MRS. MARIETTA A. BILLINGS FORD. 22930 

Born in Troy, New York. 

Wife of Daniel W. Ford. 

Descendant of Capt. Asa Douglass, Judge Jonathan Brown 
and Corp. John Billings. 

Daughter of Edwin A. Billings and Susan W. Dyer, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Billings and Hannah Randall Brown, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Billings and Olive Noble, his wife; Maj. 
Jonathan Brown and Lucy Douglas, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Asa Douglass (1715-92) and Rebecca 
Wheeler, his wife. 

See No. 22841. 

Jonathan Brown, (1753-1836), was at Bennington, Bemis 
Heights and the surrender of Burgoyne. He was placed on 
the pension roll of Renssalaer Co., N. Y., at the age of eighty 
for service of ensign in the New York Continental Line. He 
was born in Stonington, Conn. ; died in Pittstown, N. Y. 

Also Nos. 493, 9793, 18821. 

John Billings, (1751-1832), was placed on the pension roll 
of Windsor Co., Vt., 18 18, for service of private and corporal 
in the Connecticut Continental Line. He was born in Mont- 
ville, Conn. ; died in Royalton, Vt. 

MRS. ELIZABETH OSGOOD GALUSHA. 22931 

Born in Chittenango, New York. 
Wife of Henry Galusha. 



328 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Capt. David Osgood and of Dr. Jason Lester. 

Daughter of Jason C. Osgood and Asenath Moyer, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Osgood and Caroline Lester, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Osgood and Sarah Bailey, his wife; 
Jason Lester and Irine, his wife. 

David Osgood, (1734-1812), served as quartermaster, 1775- 
80, when he was commissioned captain of the Seventh Com- 
pany, Worcester Co., Mass., regiment. He was born in Lan- 
caster, Mass. ; died in Rutland, Vt. 

Jason Lester, (1750- 1826), served as a private in the New 
York mihtia. He was born in Groton, Conn. ; died in Ham- 
ilton, N. Y. 

MRS. HENRIETTA PYRE BENSON. 22932 

Born in Fulton, Wisconsin. 

Wife of Russell Franklin Benson, M. D. 

Descendant of Capt. Israel Vail and of Lieut. Isaac Vail, of 
New York. 

Daughter of Augustine Pyre and Harriet Smith, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Smith and Rebeecca Vail, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Vail and Eleanor Ferguson (1765-1830), 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Israel Vail and Rebecca Hubbard, his wife. 

Israel Vail served at White Plains and was captain in the 
Fifth Dutchess County Regiment, 1777, on duty at Fort Con- 
stitution on the Hudson. He was born in Huntington, L. I., 
1724; died in Union Vale, N. Y. 

Also No. 4041. 

Isaac Vail, (1754-1839), served several enlistments until the 
dose of the war and was an officer under his father. He was 
placed on the pension roll of Saratoga Co., 1832 for two years' 
service in the militia. He was born in Beekman, N. Y. 

MRS. JEANNIE NEWCOMB BUCKLIN McMURRAY. 22933 

Born in Lansingburg, New York. 

Wife of Clarence F. McMurray. 

Descendant of Zaccheus Newcomb, Lieut. Daniel Newcomb, 
Elijah Miller, Lieut. Anthony Miller and James Wallace, all 
of New York. 

Daughter of Dr. Daniel D. Bucklin, M. D., and Nomina Newcomb, 
his wife. 



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Granddaughter of Sylvanus Bucklin (b. 1783) and Jane Miller, his 
wife; Thomas Wallace Newcomb and Nomina Newcomb, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Isaac Bucklin and Rhoda Leland (b. 1754), his 
wife; Anthony Miller and Nancy Ward, his wife; Daniel Newcomb 
and Elizabeth Wallace, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Amariah Leland (1710-90) and Ursula 
Lovett, his wife; Elijah Miller and Ann Van Courtland, his wife; 
Zaccheus Newcomb and Sarah Tobias, his wife; James Wallace and 
Hannah, his wife. 

Zaccheus Newcomb served as private in the Associated Ex- 
empts of Dutchess county, where he was born and where he 
died. 

Daniel Newcomb, (1756- 1832), served as Heutenant, 1781 
in the mihtia. He was born in Dutchess county ; died in 
Renssalaer Co., N. Y. 

EHjah Miller served on important war committees of West- 
chester county, where he was born and where he died. 

Anthony Miller served as lieutenant in the Westchester 
county militia. 

James Wallace, (1736-1822), served as a private in the As- 
sociated Exempts of Dutchess county. He died in Lansing- 
burg, N. Y. 

MRS. AMELIA COLLINS MORRISON. 22934 

Born in Brunswick, New York. 

Widow of James Morrison. 

Descendant of Capt. Robert Collins, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Dr. Robert Collins (1782-1856) and Amelia Maxson, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. Samuel Collins and Betsey Hacket (1763- 
1830), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Collins. 

Robert Collins commanded a company of volunteers that 
marched from Sandown to join the army against Burgoyne. 
He died, 1777, in Sandown, N. H. 

Also No. 17211. 

MRS. EMILY PECK PECKHAM. 22935 

Born in Poestenkill, New York. 
Wife of William M. Peckham. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. Ichabod Peck and of Daniel Peck. 
Daughter of Joel C. Peck and Mary Lynd, his wife. 



330 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI^UTION. 



Granddaughter of Joel Peck and Hannah Baldwin, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Daniel Peck and Mehitable Harvey, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ichabod Peck and Lydia Walcott, his wife. 

Ichabod Peck (1722-76), served as lieutenant colonel, was 
wounded and died in service. He was born in Cumberland, 
R. I. His son Ichabod served as a private. 

Daniel Peck, (1754-1840), enlisted as a private, 1775, in the 
Massachusetts Continental Line. He applied for a pension, 
1832, in Renssalaer Co., N. Y. He was born in Cumberland, 
R. I. ; died in Sandlake, N. Y. 

22936 

MRS. JESSIE STEWART HUTTON. 22937 

Born in Newburgh, New York. 

Wife of Louis T. Hutton. 

Descendant of Ensign Samuel Allen, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Lachlan Stewart and Julia A. Lyon, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Allen Lyon and Parmelia Howell Cramer, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Lyon and Elizabeth Medlar Allen, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Allen and Hannah Beach, his wife. 

Samuel Allen, (1751-1828), enlisted, 1776, in the company 
of artificers under Col. Jeduthan Baldwin and, 1777, was ap- 
pointed ensign of militia in Capt. Joseph Beach's company. 
He was born in Morristown ; died in Springfield, N. J. 

Also No. 1 1225. 

MRS. MARY R. MORRISON. 22938 

Born in Montgomery, New York. 

Wife of D. A. Morrison. 

Descendant of Col. William Faulkner, of New York. 

Daughter of Robert Lipsett and Mary S. Morrison, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Morrison and Esther Faulkner, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Faulkner and Jane Rogers, his wife. 

WiUiam Faulkner, (i 746-1 831), was captain of the Second 
Company of militia under Gen. James Clinton. He was se- 
verely wounded at Fort Montgomery, 1777; served to the 
close of the war and was subsequently promoted colonel. He 
was born in Walkill, where he died. 

Also No. 4239. 



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331 



MRS. FANNIE PERSONS PROCTOR. 22939 

Born in Ogdensburg, New York. 

Wife of Henry T. Proctor. 

Descendant of Ebenezer Burditt, Benjamin Tenney, Na- 
than Pearsons and Ezekiel Jewett. 

Daughter of Edward Nathan Persons and Mary M. Burditt, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathan Persons, 3rd, and Betsey Hardy, his wife; 
David Burditt and Marinda Kirk, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Persons and Ann Morrow, his wife; 
Ebenezer Burditt and Ruth Loveland, his wife; Joseph Kirk and 
Susanna Tenney, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Pearsons and Mary Wilson, his 
wife; Benjamin Tenney and Susanna Jewett, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ezekiel Jewett and Lucy Townsend, his 
first wife, m. 1758. 

Ebenezer Burditt is among the Hst of Lancaster soldiers of 
Capt. John White's company, 1778. He was born in Maiden, 
Mass., 1761. 

Benjamin Tenney, (1745-1811), turned out from Temple at 
the Lexington Alarm. He died in Weston, Vt. 

Also No. 10285. 

Nathan Pearsons, (1725-88), served at the Lexington Alarm 
from Wilmington, Mass. He was born in Woburn, Mass. 

Ezekiel Jewett, (1736-1818), marched from Temple at the 
Lexington Alarm. He was born in Bradford, Mass. ; died in 
Temple, N. H. 

Also No. 18855. 

MISS HARRIET LYNDE KELSEY. 22940 

Born in Hermon, New York. 

Descendant of Lieut. Benjamin Lynde. 

Daughter of Sanford Benjamin Kelsey and Frances Lynde, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Franklin Lynde and Catharine Maria 
Cheney, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elliot Lynde and Hannah Walker, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Lynde and Hannah Phipps, his 
wife. 

Benjamin Lynde, (1747-1827), served as ensign, 1777, and 
was promoted lieutenant of Massachusetts militia, 1778. He 
was in the Continental army under Col. Thomas Nixon when 



332 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



he resigned, 1780. He was born in Massachusetts; died in 
Springfield, Vt. 

Also Nos. 698, 17139. 

MRS. ALICE HOWELL HOOD. 22941 

Born in Buffalo, New York. 

Wife of Cornelius Hood. 

Descendant of Sergt. Jeremiah Howell, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Lewis B. Howell and Georgiana Callender, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jared Howell and Mary Baker, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jeremiah Howell and Margaret, his wife. 

Jeremiah Howell, (1748- 1846), enlisted as a private in the 
Morris county, New Jersey militia, and served as sergeant at 
the battle of Monmouth. 

Also Nos. 1428, 9756. 

22942 

MISS ESTELLE HALLOCK. 22943 

Born in Huntsville, Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Zebulon Marcy, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Charles Hallock and Florence Avery, his wife. 

Granddaughter of L. B. Avery and Eliza Marcy, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abel Marcy and Affa Harding, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Zebulon Marcy and Jerusha Court, his wife. 

Zebulon Marcy, (1744-1834), was a defender of the Wyom- 
ing Valley against the British, Tories, and Indians. He was 
born in Dutchess Co., N. Y. ; died in Wyoming, Pa. 

Also Nos. 15283, 21762. 

MISS LOUISE CHANDLER WlTHERILL. 22944 

Born in Union, New York. 

Descendant of Judge Joshua Mersereau, of New York. 

Daughter of Luinaeus D. Witherill, M. D., and Harriett B. Chandler, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Amos A. Witherill, M. D., and Hannah Mersereau, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Laurence Mersereau (i777-i873) and Hannah 
Christopher (1781-1837), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joshua Mersereau (1728-1804) and Ann 
Roome, his second wife. 

See No. 22924. 



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333 



MISS MABEL LEWIS PATTERSON. 22945 

Born in Buffalo, New York. 

Descendant of Capt. Jacob Lovell, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Calvin Patterson and Marcia Scudder Lewis, his wife! 

Granddaughter of Edward Lewis and Phebe C. Lovell, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Lovell and Phebe Lewis, his wife. 

Jacob Lovell, (1724- 1805), commanded a company of mili- 
tia at the Falmouth Alarm, 1778. He was born in Barnstable, 
where he died. 

MRS. JULIA MANLEY WEEKS L'ECLUSE. 22946 

Born in New York, N. Y. 

Wife of Milton Albert L'Ecluse. 

Descendant of Capt. Abel Holden, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of William Huey Weeks and JuHa Anna Manley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Field Manley and Eliza Thankful Brown, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Burnell Brown and Thankful Holden, his wife. 

Gr. -gr.-granddaughter of Abel Holden and Thankful Catling, his wife. 

Abel Holden, (1752-1818), was sergeant at the Lexington 
Alarm, lieutenant 1776, captain of Massachusetts Continental 
infantry, 1777, and served to the close of the war. 

MRS. MARY BAILEY ELLWOOD. 22947 

Born in Fair Haven, Vermont. 

Wife of James B. Ellwood. 

Descendant of Joshua Hall and of Lieut. William Hall. 

Daughter of Samuel Wesley Bailey and Phoebe Sheldon, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hiram Bailey and Esther Ann Hall, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Zalmon Hall and Elizabeth Botsford, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Hall and Sarah Peck, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joshua Hall and Sarah Burgess, his 
wife. 

See No. 22873. 

Joshua Hall, (1703-89), served as selectman of Reading, 
Conn., and was a member of the County Board of Safety, 
1775. He furnished forage and transportation for the eastern 
division of the army. 

Also No. 21 178. 



334 DAUGHTERS OF THE) AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



MISS ROSA GEORGINA MOSES. 22948 

Born in New York, N. Y. 

Descendant of Sergt. Marks Lazarus, of South Carolina. 

Daughter of Raphael Jacob Moses, Jr., and Georgina Samuel, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Raphael Jacob Moses and Eliza M. Moses, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Clifton Moses and Hannah Lazarus, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Marks Lazarus and Rachel Dores, his wife. 

Marks Lazarus, (1757-1835), was a' cannoneer when taken 
prisoner at Charleston, 1780, and detained until the close of 
the war. He was placed on the pension roll at the age of 
seventy-seven for service of private and sergeant in the South 
Carolina militia. He was born in Charleston, where he died. 

Also Nos. 18949, 19958. 

MISS NINA BLANCHE MOSES. 22949 

Born in New York, N. Y. 
Descendant of Sergt. Marks Lazarus. 

Daughter of Raphael Jacob Moses, Jr., and Georgina Samuel, his 
wife. 

See No. 22948. 

MISS HELEN MILLER GOULD. 22950 

Born in New York, N. Y . 

Descendant of Col. Abraham Gould, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Jay Gould and Helen Day Miller, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Burr Gould and Mary Moore, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Gould, Jr., and Anna Osborn, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Gould and Elizabeth Burr, his 
wife. 

Abraham Gould, (1733-77), entered the army as captain and 
was promoted, 1776. He was colonel of the Fifth Regiment 
of Fairfield county, Connecticut militia, when he was killed at 
the battle of Ridgefield. 

Also Nos. 4015, 21225. 

MRS. MARTHA LOUISE MALLERY HOMAN. 22951 

Born in Cleveland, Ohio. 
Wife of George W. Homan. 
Descendant of John Mallery. 



IvINEAGE BOOK. 335 



Daughter of Daniel N. Mallery (b. 1801) and Jane Carter Gliddon, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Mallery and Esther Webb, his wife. 

John Mallery, (i 752-1 831), enlisted in the first call for Con- 
necticut troops recruited in New Haven county, and served in 
the Northern Department. The powder horn he carried with 
his initials carved by himself with date 1775, is in the posses- 
sion of the family. He died in Glens Falls, N. Y. 

MRS. LILIAN MAI STEWART. 22952 

Born in Wilmington, Delaware. 

Wife of Henry C. H. Stewart. 

Descendant of Charles Sexton, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Jacob Lamplugh and Sarah Boots, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Lamplugh and Sarah Rebecca Sexton, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Charles Sexton and Rebecca, his wife. 

Charles Sexton, (1755- 1803), served as a minute man. He 
was born in Monmouth Co., N. J., where he died. 

MISS NELLIE ASHLEY GRIGGS. 22953 

Born in New York, N. Y. 

Descendant of Capt. Simeon Whitman, Isaac Whitman and 
Col. Israel Hutchinson, all of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Theodore Ashley Griggs and Fannie Whitman Lloyd, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Lloyd and Sophia Otis Whitman, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Allen Whitman and Mary Brown, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Whitman and Bathsheba Allen, his 
wife ; John Brown and Ginger Hutchinson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Simeon Whitman and Martha Snow, 
his wife; Israel Hutchinson and Ann Cue, his wife. 

Simeon Whitman, (1728-1811), entered the militia as a pri- 
vate and rose to the rank of captain. He was born in Bridge- 
water, where he died. 

Isaac Whitman, (1750-1828), was a minute man from 
Bridgewater at the Lexington Alarm under Capt. Robert Orr. 

Israel Hutchinson, (1727-1811), led a company trom Dan- 
vers at Lexington, was in the siege of Boston and colonel of 
Continental infantry, 1776. He served 21 years in the Legis- 
lature. He was born in Salem ; died in Danvers. 

Also Nos. 1095, 6357, 9100, 21534. 

23 



336 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MISS ALICE LEE TOMPKINS. 22954 

Born in New York, N. Y. 
Descendant of Capt. Simeon Whitman, Isaac Whitman and 
Col. Israel Hutchinson. 
Daughter of Daniel Delevan Thompkins and Nellie Hyde, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Daniel Lloyd and Sophia Otis Whitman, his wife. 
See No. 22953. 

MRS. EMMA G. KINNE. 22955 

Born in Bath, New York. 

Wife of Erastus M. Kinne. 

Descendant of Maj. Benjamin De La Vergne, of New York. 

Daughter of Isaac De La Vergne Hallock and Phoebe Van Kleeck, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joshua Hallock and Anna Maria De La Vergne, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin De La Vergne and Anna Baldwin, 
his wife. 

Benjamin De La Vergne, (1742-1835), was a member of the 
Third Provincial Congress and major of the Fourth Dutchess 
County Regiment. He was born in Dutchess county, N. Y.. 
where he died. 

MISS JULIA AMANDA ABBEY. 22956 

Born in Watkins, New York. 

Descendant of Capt. Jonathan Whitney. 

Daughter of Tyler Hovey Abbey and Julia Ann Whitney, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Otis Whitney and Betsey Hawley, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Whitney and Olive (Whitney), his 
first wife (cousins). 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Whitney and Esther Parkhurst 
(1741-1812), his wife, m. 1760 (parents of Nathan). 

Jonathan Whitney, (1737-92), served as sergeant, 1775, and 
as captain, 1780, of Massachusetts militia. 

Also Nos. 2127, 3900, 5998, 19938. 

22957 

MISS CARRIE ANNEKE BENTON. 22958 

Born in Cleveland, Ohio. 
Descendant of Elihu Benton, Ensign Samuel Hopson and 
Edward Halstead. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 337 



Daughter of Lucious Augustus Benton and Martha Ann Leslie, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Augustus Benton and Leonora Edson, his wife; 
Abner LesHe and Catherine Brush, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Lyman Benton and Annie Hopson, his wife; 
Edward Brush and Martha Halstead, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elihu Benton and Sarah Lyman, his wife; 

Samuel Hopson and Hall, his wife; Edward Halstead (1750- 

1837) and Martha Ferguson, his wife. 

See No. 22377. 

Elihu Benton, (1734-98), served as a private from North 
Guilford, where he was born and where he died. 

Samuel Hopson, (1738-1826), served as ensign in the Con- 
necticut Line. He was born in Guilford, Conn. 

MRS. ISABELLA W. WOODFORD. 22959 

Born in Toledo, Ohio. 

Wife of Walter R. Woodford. 

Descendant of David Austin, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Maro Wheeler and Susan Austin Thomas, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Thomas and Mary Austin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Punderson Austin and Susan Rogers, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Austin and Mary Mix, his wife. 

David Austin, (1732-1801), volunteered when Tyron in- 
vaded the colony and was wounded in the defense of New 
Haven. He was born in New Haven, where he died. 

Also Nos. 457, 6290. 

MRS. ANNA LEIGH RICHARDSON UPSON. 22960 

Born in Indianapolis, Indiana. 

Wife of Walter L. Upson. 

Descendant of Capt. Aaron Richardson, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of James M. Richardson and Emma Beatty, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lewis Richardson (b. 1813) and Mary Jane Mc- 
Elroy, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Richardson (b. 1781) and Mary 
Roberts, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Richardson and Ruth Stingley, his 
wife. 

Aaron Richardson, (1740-86), responded to the Lexington 
Alarm and served two years in the militia. He was select- 
man, 1778-80, of Newton, where he was born. He died from 
exposure in the war. 



338 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MISS BERTHA JUNE RICHARDSON. 22961 

Born in Indianapolis, Indiana. 
Descendant of Capt. Aaron M. Richardson. 
Daughter of James M. Richardson and Emma Beatty, his wife. 
See No. 22960. 

MRS. ELIZABETH WEAVER ELLIS McINTOSH. 22962 

Born in Cleveland, Ohio. 

Wife of George Thorborn Mcintosh. 

Descendant of Lieut. George Weaver, Nicholas G. Weaver, 
Capt. Rudolph Shoemaker, Maj. Hanyoost Shoemaker, Wil- 
liam Dygert and Thomas Lawrence, Jr. 

Daughter of Elijah Ellis (1810-89) and Mary Elizabeth Weaver 
(1815-97), his second wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Ellis and Wealthy Lawrence, his wife; 
Nicholas M. Weaver (1791-1853) and Elizabeth Shoemaker (1790-1874), 
his wife. 

Gr.-grandaughter of Thomas Lawrence, Jr., and Abigail Britton, his 
wife; Nicholas G. Weaver (1762-1838) and Gertrude Dygert (1761- 
1851), his wife; Hanyoost Shoemaker and Mary Smith, his wife, m. 
1771. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of George Weaver and Elizabeth Du Bois, his 
wife, m. 1754; William Dj'gert and Maria Elizabeth Ecker, his wife; 
Rudolph Shoemaker and Gertrude Herkimer, his wife (sister of Gen. 
Nicholas Herkimer). 

George Weaver was appointed, 1778, lieutenant of German 
Flats District. He was taken prisoner, held in captivity two 
years, where he suffered from inhuman treatment of his cap- 
tors. He was bom in Herkimer, N. Y., where he died. 

Nicholas G. Weaver, (1762- 1838), served as a private, as 
all between sixteen and sixty were enrolled to defend the 
Mohawk Valley. 

Hanyoost Shoemaker, (1747-1800), served as major in the 
Tryon county militia and was at the battle of Oriskany. 

Rudolph Shoemaker was appointed by the Committee of 
Safety, 1775, captain of the Seventh Company, Tryon county 
militia. He died 1788. 

William Dygert, (1723-1802), served in the regiment of 
Col. Jacob Klock, as did also his three sons. He was taken 
prisoner by Brandt in his raid of the valley, but was recap- 
tured. He was born in Schoharie ; died in Frankfort, N. Y. 



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Thomas Lawrence, Jr., (1748-1825), served in the Berk- 
shire county, Mass., militia under Col. Benjamin Simonds at 
Ticonderoga, 1777. He was born in Plainfield, Conn.; died 
in Dalton, Mass. 

MRS. MARY McCALLA HARRIS. 22963 

Born in Bloomington, Indiana. 

Wife of Charles Harris. 

Descendant of Thomas McCalla, Sarah McCalla and Capt. 
Craig Ritchie. 

Daughter of John McCall and Elizabeth Wylie, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel McCalla and Janet Hemphill, his wife; 
Andrew Wylie and Margaret Ritchie, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas McCalla and Sarah Wayne Gardner, 
his wife, m. 1775; Craig Ritchie and Mary Price, his wife. 

Thomas McCalla, (1756-1811), enlisted, 1777, in the Penn- 
sylvania Line and, 1778, removed to the South where he 
served under Sumpter. He was captured at Camden but 
through the efforts of his wife, was finally released on parole. 
The herioc courage of his wife has placed her among the hero- 
ines of the Revolution. He was born in Ireland; died in 
Chester District, S. C. 

Also Nos. 2158, 4524, 9565, loooi. 

Craig Ritchie, (1758-1833), commanded a company of vol- 
unteers in Crawford's expedition against the Indians, 1782. 
He was born in Scotland; died in Cannonsburg, Pa. 

MRS. FLORA STONE MATHER. 22964 

Born in Cleveland, Ohio. 

Wife of Samuel Mather. 

Descendant of Lieut. Jonathan Stone, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Amasa Stone and Julia Anne Gleason, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Amasa Stone and Esther Boyden, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Stone and Ruth Livermore. his wife. 

Jonathan Stone, (1725-1806), served as a minute man at the 
Lexington Alarm and as lieutenant, 1777, under Capt. David 
Chadwick. He was born in Watertown ; died in Auburn. 

Also No. 10737. 



340 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MRS. ADA BOYDEN NICOLA. 22965 

Born in Chicago, Illinois. 

Wife of Charles Andrew Nicola. 

Descendant of Lieut. Joseph Boyden, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Fritz-Henry Boyden and Adaline Stevens, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Wyatt Boyden and Fanny Newcomb, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Boyden and Jemima Corey, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Joseph Boyden and Miriam Clark, his wife. 

Joseph Boyden, (1741-1812), was corporal at the Lexing- 
ton Alarm from Medfield, and served several enlistments un- 
der different commands at various Rhode Island Alarms, 
1777-80. He was born in Medfield; died in Sturbridge, Mass. 

MRS. KITTIE SOUTHERN KING. 22966 

Born in Cleveland, Ohio. 

Wife of Walter Gray King. 

Descendant of Lieut. Peter Roberts and of Lieut. Abraham 
Gale. 

Daughter of Lemuel Marvin Southern and Elizabeth Gale, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Martin Gale (1805-67) and Susan Walters, his 
wife, m. 1832. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Gale (b. 1774) and Betsey Herrick, his 
second wife; Aaron Walters and Susan Roberts, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Gale and Abigail Rice, his wife, 
m. 1769; Peter Roberts (1750-1804) and Jane Baker, his wife. 

See No. 22364. 

Abraham Gale turned out as sergeant at the Lexington 
Alarm and served as second lieutenant in the Worcester 
county militia, 1779. He was born in Watertown, Mass., 1734, 
and removed to Princeton, Mass. 

Also Nos. 4525, 7460, 13980. 

MRS. LOTTIE THOMAS MOTT BURROWS. 22967 

Born in East Saginaw, Michigan. 

Wife of Charles W. Burrows. 

Descendant of John Hanford, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Charles Bouton Mott and Emily Abigail Hoyt, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Edwin Hoyt and Eliza Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Eben Dimon Hoyt and Huldah Hanford, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Hanford and Mehitable Comstock, his 
wife. 



LINKAGE BOOK. 341 

John Hanford, (1739-1825), served as a private from Nor- 
walk, where he was born and where he died. 

MRS. LUCY AMELIA HERRICK BURGERT. 22968 

Born in Newark, New Jersey. 

Widow of Levi Burgert. 

Descendant of Maj. George Herrick and of Daniel Grennell. 

Daughter of John Culver Herrick (1812-67) and Almira Charlotte 
Meigs (1818-93), his wife, m. 1842. 

•Granddaughter of Stephen Herrick (1785-1829) and Eunice Culver 
(1786-1875), his wife, m. 1811; Whiting Meigs and Charlotte Grennell 
(1782-1819), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Herrick (1761-1825) and Phebe Pier- 
son (1760-1846), his wife; Daniel Grennell, Jr. (b. 1752), and Anna 
Everest, his wife, m. 1777. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of George Herrick and Mary Rogers (b. 1736), 
his wife; Daniel Grennell and Ann Chapman (1731-1814), his wife. 

George Herrick, (1736-86), served as major in the Suffolk 
county regiment. He was born in Southampton, N. Y., where 
he died. 

Daniel Grennell, (1729-1801), enlisted, 1775, under Capt. 
Isaac Bostwick, and served on the Sound in the defense of 
Boston. He was born in Saybrook, Conn., where he died. 

MRS. LOUISE LEMIRA HERRICK LEONARD. 22969 

Born in Newark, New^ Jersey. 
Widow of Frederick Wellington Leonard. 

Descendant of Maj. George Herrick, and of Daniel Grennell. 
Daughter of John Culver Herrick and Almira Charlotte Meigs, his 
wife. 

See No. 22968. 

MRS. C. AUGUSTA RHODES HANNA. 22970 

Born in Cleveland, Ohio. 

Wife of Marcus A. Hanna. 

Descendant of David Barber and of Corp. Stephen Barber, 
of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Daniel P. Rhodes and Sophia Lord Russell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Russell and Abigail Barber, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Barber and Abigail Gilbert, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Barber and Alice Cass (1730-1814), 
his wife, m. 1748; Sylvester Gilbert and Patience Barber, his wife. 



342 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Barber and Abigail Newcomb, 
his wife (parents of Patience). 

David Barber, (1716-1801), served in the first call for 
troops for the relief of Boston. 

Stephen Barber, (1724-1806), served as corporal from He- 
bron at the Lexington Alarm under Capt. Worthy Watei». 

Also Nos. 3685, 4006, 5317, 6258, 8969, 19471. 

MRS. LILIAN CONVERSE HANNA BALDWIN. 22971 

Born in Cleveland, OKlo. 

Wife of Prentiss Baldwin. 

Descendant of Josiah Converse and of Capt. Israel Converse. 

Daughter of Leonard Hanna and Samantha Converse, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Porter Converse and Rhoda Howard, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Israel Converse and Hannah Walbridge, his 
second wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Converse and Eleanor Richardson 
(1714-85), his wife. 

Josiah Converse, (1710-75), turned out from Stafford for 
the relief of Boston and was a member of the General Court. 
He was born in Woburn, Mass. ; died in Stafford, Conn. 
His sons Israel, Josiah, Jude and Jesse were soldiers. 

Israel Converse, (1743-1806), served as sergeant from Staf- 
ford at the Lexington Alarm and commanded a company, 
1780. He was born in Stafford, Conn. ; died in Randolph, Vt. 

Also Nos. 7961, 16978. 

MRS. ALIDA GALE STEBBINS. 22972 

Born in Cleveland, Ohio. 

Widow of De Witt Clinton Stebbins. 

Descendant of John Roberts, Lieut. Peter Roberts and Lieut, 
Abraham Gale. 

Daughter of Martin Gale (1805-67) and Susan Walters, his wife, 
m. 1832. 

Granddaughter of John Gale and Betsey Herrick, his second wife; 
Aaron Walters and Susan Roberts, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Gale and Abigail Rice, his wife, 
m. 1769; Peter Roberts (1750-1S04) and Jane Baker, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Roberts and Susannah Mayhew, his 
wife. 

See Nos. 22364, 22966. 



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John Roberts was with the Green Mountain Boys under 
Col. Seth Warner at the battle of Bennington with four of 
his sons. He was born in Rhode Island, 1727. 

MRS. ELIZABETH GALE SOUTHERN. 22973 

Born in Cleveland, Ohio. 
Wife of Lemuel Marvin Southern. 

Descendant of Lieut. Peter Roberts and of Lieut. Abraham 
Gale. 
Daughter of Martin Gale and Susan Walters, his wife. 
See Nos. 22364, 22966. 

MRS. MILDRED SMITH COULTON. 22974 

Born in Cleveland, Ohio. 

Wife of Richard Marshall Coulton. 

Descendant of Elisha Stevens, Timothy Day, Lewis Ely, 
Simeon Granger, Elisha Farnum and Lemuel Johnson. 

Daughter of Charles H. Smith and Louisa Johnson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Luke Dewey Johnson and Lucinda Ely, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Lewis Johnson and Polly Stevens, his wife; 
Merrick Ely and Lovisa Farnum, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Lemuel Johnson and Jerusha Norton, his 
wife, m. 1772; Elisha Stevens and Lois Fuller, his wife; Lewis Ely 
and Anna Granger, his wife; Elisha Farnum and Thankful Day, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Simeon Granger and Abigail Dudly, his 
wife; Timothy Day and Sarah Mun, his wife. 

Elisha Stevens, (1739-1814), enlisted from Becket and 
served with the Berkshire county, Mass., troops for duty at 
Fort Ann. He was born in Killingworth, Conn. ; died in 
Homer, N. Y. 

Timothy Day, (1720-97), served two enlistments, 1775, un- 
der Capt. Enoch Chapin. 

Lewis Ely, (1756- 1826), served as a minute man at the Lex- 
ington Alarm from West Springfield. He was born in West 
Springfield, Mass.; died in Deerfield, Ohio. 

Simeon Granger, (1728-1815), served as a private in the 
militia. He was born in Suffield, Conn. ; died in Sanders- 
field, Mass. 

Elisha Farnum, (1756-1835), was placed on the pension roll 
of Portage Co., Ohio, 1831, for service of private in the Mas- 



344 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

sachusetts militia. He was born in Lyme, Conn. ; died in 
Deerfield, Ohio. 

Lemuel Johnson served at the Bennington Alarm and at 
various alarms in the Worcester county Mass., militia. He 
was born, 1746; removed to DeeriEield, N. Y., where in 1801 
his name is found on a deed. 

Also No. 1765. 

MRS. MYRTLE STANLEY SOUTHERN. 22975 

Born in Northfield, Ohio. 

Wife of William Marvin Southern. 

Descendant of Lieut. John Sutherland, of Vermont. 

Daughter of Daniel Carpenter Stanley (1827-67) and Phoebe Rainey 
(1837-61), his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Sutherland Stanley (1800-80) and Hannah 
Cranmer (1802-80), his wife. 

Gr.granddaughter of John Stanley and Mary Sutherland, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Sutherland and Mary German, his 
wife. 

John Sutherland, (1741-98), served as a minute man and 
scout, 1778-80. He enHsted in the militia for the defense of 
the frontier, 1781, under Capt. Israel Hurlburt and Col. 
Thomas Lee. He was bom in Rutland, Vt., where he died. 

Also No. 13747. 

MRS. ALICE AMIDON CANNON. , 22976 

Born in Perry, Ohio. 

Wife of Rev. James Calkins Cannon. 

Descendant of Capt. Henry Amidon. 

Daughter of Henry Nelson Amidon (b. 1821) and }.Iaryette Barker, 
his wife, m. 1843. 

Granddaughter of William Amidon (1795-1863) and Charity Sweet 
(1779-1855), his wife, m. 1817. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Amidon (b. 1767) and Prudence 
Thompson, his wife, m. 1791. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Henry Amidon and Sarah Doubleday (d. 
1794), his wife, m. 1751. 

Henry Amidon commanded a company of Connecticut mili- 
tia from Willington, 1777, under Col. Joel Jones. He was 
born in Oxford, Mass., 1727; died in Willington, Conn. 



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MRS. LUCY LEAMING TAYLOR. 22977 

Born in Schoharie, New York. 

Wife of Benjamin FrankHn Taylor. 

Descendant of Silas Tucker. 

Daughter of Daniel Mack Learning and Mary Tucker, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Tucker and Charity Stevens, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Silas Tucker and Mary Histed, his wife. 

Silas Tucker, (1740-77), served in the expedition to Canada, 
in the Burgoyne campaign, was severely wounded at Hub- 
bardston and died in the hospital. 

Also No. 17957. 

MRS. CLARA MARIA COBB HANNON. 22978 

Born in Birmingham, Ohio. ' 

Wife of Ewing Hannon. 

Descendant of Dr. Samuel Cobb, Deacon Ichabod Griggs 
and Ensign Ichabod Griggs, Jr., of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Akira Cobb and Maria Bryant, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jeduthan Cobb and Harriet Griggs (b. 1792), his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jeduthan Cobb and Sarah Chapman, his wife; 
Stephen Griggs (b. 1769) and EHzabeth Lathrop, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Cobb and Hannah Bicknell, his 
second wife; Ichabod Griggs, Jr., and Mercy Hatch, his wife, m. 1765. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ichabod Griggs. 

Samuel Cobb, (1716-81), served as justice of the peace and 
as a member of the Assembly. He was born in Wales ; died 
in Tolland, Conn. 

Ichabod Griggs, Jr., (1744-76), served as sergeant at the 
Lexington Alarm and as ensign of the Tolland militia in the 
New York campaign, and died in service. He was born in 
Tolland, Conn. 

Also Nos. 2414, 5367. 

Deacon Ichabod Griggs, (1718-90), represented Tolland in 
the Assembly, 1775-77. He was born in Norwich; died in 
Tolland. 

MISS LUCY SHERRILL GREENE. 22979 

Born in Cleveland, Ohio. 
Descendant of Lieut. William Seymour and of Lydia St. 
John. 



346 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of John E. Greene and Mary Elizabeth Seymour, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Harry Belden Seymour and Mary Lasell Ward, 
his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Belden Seymour and Abigail Beers, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Seymour and Lydia St. John, 
his wife, m. 1757. 

William Seymour, (i 7301 821), was lieutenant in the Fifth 
Connecticut Regiment in the New York campaign. He had 
command of the guard over Burgoyne and the family still 
possess saddle and pistols presented by the captured general 
in recognition of courteous treatment. He was bom in Nor- 
walk, Conn., where he died. 

Lydia St. John was active in nursing the sick and wounded, 
and her family and house were protected officially by both 
armies encamped in the vicinity of Norwalk. She died, 1829, 
in Vergennes, Vt., at the home of her son Belden. 

Also Nos. 4098, 6121. 

MRS. CORNELIA MAYNARD REES. 22980 

Born in Marquette, Michigan. 

Wife of William David Rees. 

Descendant of Maj. Reuben Atwater, Hon. Andrew Hull, 
Jr., and Rev. Samuel Hall, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Matthew Henry Maynard and Mary E. Foot, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Alfred Foot and Frances Hitchcock, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Augustus Foot and Eudocia Hull, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Rev. John Foot and Abigail Hall, his wife; 
Andrew Hull, Jr., and Ehsabeth A. Atwater (b. 1760), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Hall and Ann Law, his wife; 
Reuben Atwater and Mary Russell, his second wife, m. 1755. 

Reuben Atwater, (1728-1801), served as major of the Tenth 
Regiment of Connecticut militia and resigned, 1777. He was 
bom in Cheshire, Conn. ; died in Blanford, Mass. 

Andrew Hull, Jr., (1748-1827), gave both civil and military 
service from Cheshire, where he was born and where he died. 

Samuel Hall, (1695-1776), was a patriot preacher of 
Cheshire, who urged his congregation, 1775, to enlist as min- 
ute men and he followed the troops to Boston. He was born 
in Wallingford ; died in Cheshire, Conn. 

Also No. 7841. 



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MISS STELLA TRACY HATCH. 22981 

Descendant of David Barber and of Corp. Stephen Barber. 

Daughter of Uriel C. Hatch and Charlotte A. Russell, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Robert Russell and Abigail Barber, his wife. 
See No. 22970. 

MRS. HARRIET STILLMAN BOWMAN. 22982 

Born in Cleveland, Ohio. 

Wife of I. T. Bowman. 

Descendant of Nathaniel Stillman and of Oliver Robbins, of 
Connecticut. 

Daughter of Chauncey Stillman (1808-59) and Elizabeth Ross, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Capt. Francis Stillman (1785-1838) and Harriet 
Robbins (1786-1858), his wife, m. 1806. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Stillman and Martha Hanmer (1751- 
1813), his wife, m. 1781 ; Oliver Robbins and Mary Rose (1753-95). 
his wife. 

Nathaniel Stillman, (1752-1838), was placed on the pension 
roll of Hartford Co., 1832, for service of private in the Con- 
necticut militia. He was born in Wethersfield, where he died. 

Oliver Robbins, (1745-1826), served as a minute man at the 
Lexington Alarm from Wethersfield, where he was born and 
where he died. 

MRS. ADELIA STURTEVANT BURNETT. 22983 

Born in Chagrin Falls, Ohio. 

Wife of Charles C. Burnett. 

Descendant of Lemuel Sturtevant. 

Daughter of Isaac Sturtevant and Harriet Bell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Sturtevant and Johanna Dodge, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Lemuel Sturtevant and Priscilla Thompson, his 
wife. 

Lemuel Sturtevant, (1756-1839), received a pension, 1831, 
as a private in the Massachusetts Continental Line. He died 
in Barton, Vt. 

Also No. 21422. 

MISS JESSIE HAYWARD BURKE. 22984 

Born in Cleveland, Ohio. 
Descendant of Capt. Samuel Cherry. 



348 DAUGHTERS OF THE) AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Clarence Elisha Burke and Maria Sanford Hayward, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of WiUiam Henry Hayward and Jane Elizabeth Willis, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Willis and Susan Ann Hopkins, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of WiUiam Hopkins and Susan Cherry, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Cherry (1756-1825) and Ann 
Wallace, his wife. 

See No. 22373. 

22985 

MRS. GERTRUDE FEETER FRENCH FILLMORE. 22986 

Born in Western, New York. 

Wife of Robert M. Pillmore. 

Descendant of William Feeter, of New York. 

Daughter of Joseph French and Pamelia Feeter, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Feeter and Nancy Failing, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Feeter and Elizabeth Bellinger, his 
wife. 

William Feeter, (1756- 1844), was a scout in the Mohawk 
Valley, 1776; served at Fort Stanwix, 1777; volunteered, 
1778, to transport provisions and ammunition through a coun- 
try infested with Indians and Tories. He was at Stone Ara- 
bia, 1780, but escaped the massacre and served to the close of 
the war. He was born in Stone Arabia; died in Herkimer 
Co., N. Y. 

Also Nos. 3396, 4897, 1 3 160. 

MISS LOUELLA CRANE. 22987 

Born in Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Descendant of Silas Clarke, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of William E. Crane and Kate Holden, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ebenezer Crane and Lydia Hooker Clarke, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Reuben Clarke and Susanna Rising, his wife. 

Gr. -gr.-granddaughter of Silas Clarke and Elizabeth Strong, his wife. 

Silas Clarke, (1729-1813), who had fought in the early 
wars, gave service as a soldier in the Revolution. He was 
born in Northampton, where he died. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 349 



MISS GRACE MARIE CHEEVER. ' 22988 

Born in Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Descendant of Simon Plimpton, Capt. Ezekiel Plimpton and 
Moses Grant, Jr., all of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Charles Edward Cheever and Emma A. H. Smith, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Simmons Cheever and Mary Lovell, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ariel Cheever and Abigail Grant, his wife; 
Zachariah Lovell and Sibyl Plimpton, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ezekiel Plimpton and Esther Boyden, his 
wife; Moses Grant, Jr., and Pearly Thare, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Simon Plimpton and Ruth Morse, his 
wife; Moses Grant and Thankful Mclntyre, his wife. 

Simon Plimpton, (1706-98), was a patriot of Medfield, 
where he was born and where he died. 

Ezekiel Plimpton, (1748-1817), served as ensign, 1776, and 
as captain, 1778. He was born in Medfield, where he died, 

Moses Grant, Jr., (1747-1816), served as a minute man at 
the Rhode Island Alarm. He was born in Wrentham, where 
he died. 

MRS. LENORE SHERWOOD PYLE. 22989 

Born in Bryan, Ohio. 

Wife of Dr. John Sherman Pyle. 

Descendant of Isaac Sherwood and of James Mullin. 

Daughter of Isaac R. Sherwood and Katharine Margaret Brownlee, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Aaron Sherwood (b. 1787) and Maria Yeomans 
(b. 1801), his wife; James Brownlee and Rebecca Mullin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Sherwood and Drusilla Moore, his wife; 
George Mullin and Katherine Hammer, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Mullin and Mary Shannon, his wife. 

Isaac Sherwood, (1758-1844), was wagon boy in the be- 
ginning of the Revolution and served in the Cavalry under 
Gates, 1777. He was born in Bennington, Vt., removed to 
Dutchess Co., N. Y. 

James Mullin enlisted, 1776, in Capt. William Rippey's com- 
pany from Cumberland county under Col. William Irvine and 
served in the northern campaign. He was born in Cumber- 
land county. Pa., where he died. 

Also No. 7981. 



350 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI,UTION. 

MISS MARY EMILY WILCOX. 22990 

Born in Painesville, Ohio. 

Descendant of Deacon Abel Wilcox and of Capt. Martin 
Lord, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Aaron Wilcox and Eliza Jane Mosley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Moses Wilcox and Huldah Lord, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abel Wilcox and Mary Hull, his wife; Martin 
Lord and Concurrence Seward, his wife. 

Abel Wilcox, (1732-1807), turned out from Killingworth in 
Capt. Bezaliel Bristol's company to repel Tryon's invasion. 
He was born in Hartford ; died in Killingworth. 

Martin Lord, (1742-1821), commanded a company in the 
Seventh Militia Regiment. He was born in Saybrook; died 
in Killingworth, where his gravestone records his service. 

Also Nos. 9280, 21605. 

MRS. SARAH FRANCES CUMMINGS. 22991 

Born in Green Spring, Ohio. 

Wife of Joseph W. Cummings. 

Descendant of Amos Hulbert. 

Daughter of Robert Smith and Catharine Stein, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ebenezer Smith and Florilla Hulbert, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Amos Hulbert and Esther Geer, his wife, 
m. 1777- 

Amos Hulbert, (1752-1835), served as a private in the Con- 
necticut militia. He was born in Middletown, Conn.; died 
in Lee, Mass. 

MISS FRANCES ISABELLE CUMMINGS. 22992 

Born in Toledo, Ohio. 
Descendant of Alexander Comins and Amos Hulbut. 
Daughter of Joseph W. Cummings and Sarah Frances Smith, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Robert Cummings and Mary Cummings, his wife ; 
Robert Smith and Catherine Stein, his wife. 
See No. 22991. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Alexander Comins and Jane Livingstone, his 

wife. 

Alexander Comins, (1750-1844), was placed on the pension 
roll, 1832, of Fayette Co., Pa., for service of private in the 
Pennsylvania Line at the battles of Trenton and Brandywine. 
He was born in Ireland. 

Also No. 18133. 



UNE^GE BOOK. 35 1 



MRS. ANN NICHOLS BELL. 22993 

Born in Randolph, Massachusetts. 

Wife of John A. Bell. 

Descendant of Jesse Nichols and of Benjamin Joy, of Mas- 
sachusetts. 

Daughter of Nathaniel Nichols (1794-1880) and Miriam Turner Joy 
(1800-96), his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jesse Nichols and Elizabeth Howard, his wife; 
Benjamin Joy and Leah Blanchard, his wife. 

Jesse Nichols, (1760- 1803), enlisted, 1780, in the Middlesex 
county, Mass., militia. He was born in North Reading, where 
he died, 

Benjamin Joy, (1760-1837), served several enlistments un- 
der different commands. He died at South Weymouth. 

MISS LAURA HARKNESS NORTHUP. 22994 

Born in Washington, District of Columbia. 
Descendant of Daniel Wood, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Henry Hall Northup and Lydia Harkness, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Isaac Wood Northup and Maria Brown, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Northup and Betsey Wood, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Wood (1749-1821) and Rebecca 
Ingalls, his wife. 
See No. 22336. 

MRS. NINA VIRGINIA COOPER DYER. 22995 

Born in Media, Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Corp. Mark McCord, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Thomas Valentine Cooper and Ada Fredonia Turner, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Frederick Turner and Susanna McCord, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David McCord and Sarah Donaldson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Mark McCord and Catherine Miller, his 
wife. 

Mark McCord, (1745-81), enlisted in the Continental Line; 
was at Brandywine, Paoli, Germantown and Valley Forge. 
He was furloughed on sick leave and died at his home in 
Dauphin county. 

Also No. 18159. 
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352 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MRS. ADA S. T. COOPER DICKESON. 22996 

Born in Media, Pennsylvania. 
Wife of William Eunice Dickeson. 
Descendant of Corp. Mark McCord, 

Daughter of Thomas Valentine Cooper and Ada Fredonia Turner, 
his wife. 
See No. 22995. 

MRS. HILA NOBLES WILLIAMS. 22997 

Born in Wysox, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Robert H. Williams. 

Descendant of Lieut. Solomon Tracy and Paul De Witt. 

Daughter of Henry Wells Nobles and Mary O. Coolbaugh, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Nobles and Hila Tracy (1799-1842), his 
wife, m. 1819; Elwin B. Coolbaugh and Celestia J. Strickland, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Solomon Tracy and Mary Wells (1756-1848), 
his wife, m. 1787; Stephen Strickland (1790-1874) and Mary De Witt 
(1793-1860), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Paul De Witt and Elizabeth Sly, his wife. 

Solomon Tracy, (1756-1835), served as lieutenant of the 
Goshen regiment at the battle of Minisink, 1779. He was 
born in Preston, Conn. ; died in Canandagua, N. Y. 

Also Nos. 12983, 20064. 

Paul De Witt, (1763-1838), enlisted, 1778, in Northumber- 
land county and served in home defense. He was placed on 
the pension roll, 1831, for service of private in the Pennsyl- 
vania militia. He died in Burlington, Pa. 

MRS. HELEN FROST DODGE. 22998 

Born in Potterville, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of William Henry Dodge. 

Descendant of Thomas Fox and Aaron Frost, 

Daughter of James Otis Frost and Chloe Hill, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Aaron Frost, Jr. (b. 1778), and Polly Craw (b. 
1782), his wife; Chester Hill and Dolly Fox, his wife . 

Gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Frost and Margaret Hammond, his sec- 
ond wife ; Thomas Fox and Dolly Saxton, his wife. 

Thomas Fox was placed on the pension roll of Windham, 
Pa., 1832, at the age of sixty-seven for over a year's service 
as private in the Connecticut Line.. 

Aaron Frost, (i 747-1817), served as a private in the Con- 
necticut militia. He was born in England ; died in East Wind- 
sor, Conn. 



lini:age book. 353 



MRS. CORNELIA DODGE PIERSON. 22999 

Born in Towanda, Pennsylvania. 
Wife of James Willis Pierson. 

Descendant of Thomas Fox and of Aaron Frost. 
Daughter of William Henry Dodge and Helen Frost, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James Otis Frost and Chloe Hill, his wife. 
See No. 22998. 

MRS. MARY PAINTER FESSLER. 23000 

Born in Muncy, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Henry Shoemaker Fessler. 

Descendant of Lieut. John Painter and of Joseph Israel, of 
Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of William Pusey Israel Painter and Sabina Mensch, his 
wife, m. 1841. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Painter and Susan Israel (1789-1845), his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Painter and Catharine Taggart, his wife; 
Joseph Israel and Susannah Pusey (1765-1817), his wife, m. 1781. 

John Painter, (1752- 1837), was placed on the pension roll 
of Northumberland Co., 1831, for service of second lieutenant. 
He was born in York; died in Northumberland Co., Pa. 

Also No. 21321. 

Joseph Israel, (1753-1807), served in the Revolution and 
his sword is in the collection of the Historical Society of 
Pennsylvania. He was born in Philadelphia ; died in Dela- 
ware. 

" See No. — " indicates a reference to that number in the same volume. 

" Also No. — " indicates the National number of a "Daughter" who has entered the Society 
on the same ancestor and whose lineage has been published in a former volume. This is 
done to link together widely scattered families. If the number should be 4006, it will be in 
the fifth volume ; if 5005, in the sixth volume, etc. 

" Real Daughters" are those whose fathers rendered service in the cause of Independence, 
and their names are printed in italics in the text and index. There are fourteen "Real 
Daughters" in this volume. 



BOOKS OF REFERENCE FOR 23rd VOLUME 



Acton, Fletcher's History of 

Acworth, N. H., History of 

Adams, Descendants of James and William 

Albany, N. Y., Munsell's Collections of 

Albany's Early Physicians, Willard's History of 

American Ancestry 

American Archives, Force's 

American Biography, Appleton's Cyclopaedia 

American Encyclopedia 

American Revolution, Fiske's The 

American Revolution, Johnson's Traditions and Reminiscences of the 

Anecdotes of the Revoluton, Garden's 

Athens County, Ohio, Walker's History of 

Augusta County, Va., Waddell's Annals of 

Averys of Groton, Sweet's 

Baldwin Genealogy 

Bangor Historical Magazine. 

Bartholomew Family, History of 

Bedford, Mass., History of 

Berks County in the Revolution, Montgomery's 

Beverly, Stone's History of 

Binney Family, Genealogy of the 

Boston, Frothingham's Siege of 

Boston, Memorial History of 

Braintree & Quincy, History of Old 

Bridgewater, Mass., Kingman's History of 

Bridgewater, Mass., Mitchell's History of 

Bristol County, Mass., History 

Brooklynites, Brooklyn, N. Y., Society of Old 

Bucks County, Pa., History of 

Buffalo Valley, Lynn's Annals of 

Burr Family, A General History of the 

Candia, N. H., Moore's History of 

Cape Cod, Mass., Freeman's History of 

Castine, Penobscot and Brooksville, Wheeler's History of 

Cheney Genealogy 

Cheraws, Gregg's History of the Old 

Cheshire, Berkshire Co., Mass., History of the Town of 

Chester, N. H., Chase's History of 

Claremont, N. H., Waite's History of 

Cogswells in America, The 

Conant Family in England, History and Genealogy of the 

Concord, Mass., Shattuck's History of 

Concord, N. H., Bouton's History of 

Connecticut, Hinman's Genealogies of the First Puritan Settlers of 

Connecticut Men in the War of the Revolution, Record of 

Connecticut, Military History of 

Connecticut, Stiles's History of Ancient Windsor, 

Cumberland County, Pa., History of 



356 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOEUTION. 

Dauphin County, Pa., History of 

Deerfield, Conn., History of 

De Forest Genealogy 

Derby, Conn., Orcutt's History of 

Derryfield, N. H., Potter's History of 

Dictionary of Congress, Lanman's 

Dodge Family, Genealogy of the 

Douglass Genealogy 

Dutchess County, N. Y., Smith's History of 



Elizabethtov/n, N. J., Hatfield's History of 
Empire State, Lossing's The 

Farmington, N. H., Butler's History of 

Fayette County, Pa., History of 

Fitzwilliam, N. H., Norton's History of 

Fowler Family, Genealogy of the Guilford Branch 

Framingham, Barry's History of 

Framingham, Temple's History of 

Georgia, White's Historical Collections of 

Gilmanton, N. H., History of 

Governor and Council of Vermont 

Greene of Westerly, R. I., Descendants of Joseph 

Greenleaf Family, Genealogy of the 

Groton Heights and its Centennial, Battle of 

Hall Ancestry, The 

Harlem Heights, Johnston's Battle of 

Hatch Genealogy 

Haverhill, Mass., Chase's History of 

Heitman's Historical Register 

Herkimer County, N. Y., Benton's History of 

Hoagland Family in America, The 

Hollister Genealogy 

Hubbard History, 'One Thousand Years of 

Humphrey Family 

Huntington Family in this Country, Huntington's Genealogical Memoir 

of the 
Huntoon Genealogy 
Hurlbut Family, Genealogy of 
Hyde Genealogy, Walworth's 

Industry, Me., Clark's History of 

Jackson, Parton's Life of Andrew 
Johnson's Universal Cyclopaedia 

Keene, N. H., Hale's Annals of 
Kennebec Valley, Whitney's The 
Kentucky Society, S. A. R., Year Book 
Kimball Familv. History of the 
King's Mountain, Draper's Heroes of 



BOOKS OF RKFI^RENCE. 357 



Lancaster, Mass., Nourse's History of 

Lancaster, Mass. Willard's History of 

La Salle County, 111.^ History of 

Lexington, Mass., History of the Town of 

Litchfield, Conn., Kilbourne's History of 

Litchfield County, Conn., History of 

Long Island Historical Association, The Memoirs of the 

Lossing's Field Book of the Revolution 



Magazine American History 

Maine and Nova Scotia, Kidder's Eastern 

Maine, Williamson's History of the State 

Manchester, N. H., Potter's History of 

Marblehead, History of 

Marblehead Manual, Road's 

Marlborough, Mass., Hudson's History of 

Marlborough, N. H., Bemis History of 

Maryland, McMahon's History of 

Maryland, McSherry's History of 

Maryland, Scharf's History of 

Massachusetts, Sewall's History of 

Massachusetts Society, S. A. R., Year Book 

Massachusetts Society of the Cincinnati, Memorials of the 

Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolution 

Men of the Convention (Va.), Grigsby's 

Michigan Pioneer Collection 

Milton, Mass., Teel's History of 

Monmouth County, N. J., Ellis's History of 

Monmouth, Old Times in Old 

More Family, History of the 

Morris Register 

Morris Tree, The 

Morton Memoranda, Leach's 

Munsell's Collections 

Munson Record, The 



Nantucket, Godfrey's The Island of 

Nantucket, Hinchman's Early Settlers of 

Nantucket, Macy's History of 

National Portrait Gallery 

Newberry District, O'Neall's Annals 

Newcomb Family, Genealogy of the 

New England Historical and Genealogical Register 

New Hampshire, McClintock's History of 

New Hampshire, Potter's Military History of 

New Hampshire State Papers 

New Hampshire War Rolls, Hammond's 

New Haven County, Conn., Rockey's History of 

New Ipswich, N. H., Kidder's History of 

New Jersey, History State of 

New Jersey in the Revolution, Stryker's Official Register, Officers and 

Men of 
New London County, Conn., Hurd's History of 
New Milford and Bridgewater, Conn., History of 
Newton, Jackson's History of 
Newton, Middlesex County, Mass., History of 
New York in the Revolution as Colony and State 



358 DAUGHTERS OP THE AMERICAN REVOIyUTION. 

New York, History of Fulton and Montgomery Counties 

New York in the Revolution, Fernow's 

Norridgewock, Allen's History of 

Norridgewock and Canaan, Hanson's History of the Old Towns 

North Brookfield, Temple's History of 

North Carolina, Jones's Defence of 

North Carolina, Moore's History of 

North Carolina, Wheeler's History of 

Northfield, Mass., History of the Town of 

Norton Family History 

Norwalk, Conn., History of 

Norwich, Conn., Calkin's History of 

Nourse and his Descendants, James 



Old Families and Churches of Virginia, Mead's 
Orange County, N. Y., Eager's History of 
Orange County, N. Y., Ruttenber's History of 
Otis Genealogy 



Palmer, Mass., Temple's History of 
Peabody Genealogy 

Pennsylvania, Historical Collections of 
Pennsylvania, History of Cumberland County 
Pennsylvania, History of Dauphin County- 
Pennsylvania in the War of the Revolution 
Pennsylvania Magazine, The 
Pierson Genealogical Record 
Pierson's Settlers 

Plymouth Countv. Mass., Hurd's History of 

Prentice or Prentiss Family, Binney's History and Genealogy of the 
Putnam Family in England and America, Putnam's History of 



Ransom Genealogy 

Redding, Conn., Todd's History of 

Reed Family, History of 

Revolution, Ellet's Women of the 

Revolution, Johnston's Traditions of the 

Revolution, Saffell's Record of the 

Rhode Island and Providence Plantations in New England, Records 

of the Colony of 
Rhode Island, Arnold's History of State of 
Rhode Island Colonial Record 
Rhode Island, Opdike's History of 
Rhode Island, Spirit of '76 in 
Richardson Memorial 
Richmond, N. H., Bossett's History of 
Root Genealogy 

Roxbury, Mass., Drake's History of 
Rust Family, Record of the 



Schuyler County, N. Y., History of 
Sears Genealogy 

Second Year of the War, Pollard's 
Settlement of Jews in America, Daly's 
Seymour and Vicinity, Sharpe's 



BOOKS o^ rbferbnce. 359 

Shattuck Memorial 

Sherman, Life of Roger 

Shoreham, Vt., History of the Town of 

Signers of the Declaration of Independence, Lossing's Biographical 

Sketches of 
South CaroHna, History of the Presbyterians in 
South Carolina, Ramsey's History of 
Spangler Family History, The 
Sterling, Mass., Goodwin's History of 
Stiles Family, Genealogy of 
Sullivan Family of Sullivan, Maine, The 
Sutton, Mass., History of 
Swanzey, N. H., Reed's History of 

Taunton, Mass., Emery's History of 
Temple, N. H., Blood's History of 
Treat Family, Genealogy of 
Truro, Mass., History of 
Tucker Genealogy 

United States, Bancroft's History of the 
Upham Genealogy 



Vermont, Hall's History of Eastern 
Vermont Historical Magazine 
Vermont, William's History of 
Virginia, Campbell's History of 
Virginia Genealogies, Hayden's 
Virginia, Howe's Historical Collections of 



Wallingford, Davis's History of 

Walkers of the Old Colony and their Descendants, The 

Ward Family, A. H. Ward's 

Warfield Genealogy 

Washington, Irving's Life of 

Washington, Schroeder's Life and Times of 

Waterbury, Conn., Anderson's History of 

Waterbury, Conn., Bronson's History of 

Watertown, Bond's History of 

Westerly and its Witnesses 

Westford, Hodgman's History of Town of 

Whiting Memoirs 

Windham, N. H., Morrison's History of 

Windsor, Conn., Stiles's History and Genealogies of Ancient 

Winning of the West, Roosevelt's 

Woburn, Mass., History of 

Wolcott, Conn., Orcutt's History of 

Wyoming, Miner's History of 



INDEX 

Daughters of the American Revolution. 




INDEX. 

Daughters of the American Revolution. 




Abbey, Bessie Lockwood, 100 

Abbey, Julia Amanda, 336 

Abbott, Anna K. Smith, 126 

Abell, Mary Russell, 60 

Acker, Mary Clarke, 309 

Ackerman, Mary Ackerman, 303 

Adams, Anna Trible, 283 

Adams, Caroline Baldwin, 163 

Adams, Harriet Augusta, 35 

Albee, Sarah Lulu, 169 

Albert, Ethel Walton, 113 

Alexander, Betsey Ann, 29 

Alexander, Mary Taylor, 230 

Allen, Alice Osterhoudt, 322 

Allen, Elizabeth Brackett, 291 

Allen, Lucy A., 39 

Allen, Mary Addie, 250 

Allen, M. Elizabeth, 160 

Allen, Marianna Faxon, 35 

Allen, Mary Elizabeth Cary, 290 

Allen, Mary Hart, 291 

Allen, Sara Hart, 21 

Anderson, Sarah Hall 202 

Andrews, Elizabeth Chisholm, 215 

Armstrong, Frances P. Osgood, 227 

Armstrong, Laura Lee, 183 

Ashenfelter, Nettie A., 167 

Ashf ord, Wilhelmina Anderson, 214 

Ashmore, Gertrude, 275 

Atkinson, Blanch Sholes, 170 

Atocha, Alice Lansing 310 

Avary, Minnie Ezzard, 215 

Atwood, Clara Eliza, 247 

Atwater, Lila Martha, 177 

Ayres, E. Maria, 83 

Ayres, Sarah Hobart Otis, 42 

Azoy, Mary L., 310 



364 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Babcock, Abbie Kettelle, 223 

Babson, Alice Huntley Capron, 264 

Bacon Harriet Buck Hooker, 32 

Bacon, Jennie G., 155 

Bailey, Anna N., 195 

Bailey, Minnie A., I95 

Baird, Jennie Greenwood Mansfield, 3r2 

Baker, Louise Wright, 291 

BAKER, MARTHA SHELLEY, 307 

Baker, Mary Howard, 122 

Balbirnie, Mary E. F. White, 142 

Baldwin, Adelaide F. Birdsall, 83 

Baldwin, Lilian Converse Hanna, 342 

Ball, Fanny De Villa , 88 

Ballou, Anna E., 319 

Bancker, Mary E. C, 92 

Bancroft, Laura Cummings, 27 

Bangs, Georgiana Skillings, 263 

Barbone, Margaret B. Chittenden, 43 

Barker, Ellen M., 102 

Barker, Olive Pamelia, 259 

Bamum, Madeleine Hawley, 318 

Barrow, Mary, 49 

Barrows, Ruth Partridge, 2'2 

Bartlett, Harriett M., 255 

Bartlett, Helen Conkling, 203 

Barton, Marion C. Griffin, 255 

Bartram, Martha Shelton, 184 

Baruch, Belle Wolfe, 85 

Bassett, Hannah Williams, 27 

Batcheller, Sarah Adaline Cummings, 312 

Beall, Mary B., 220 

Beardslee, Emma Gillett, 169 

Beardsley, Susan Merwin Hine, 195 

Bedwell, Margaret Kirker, 118 

Belcher, Stella Walthall, 165 

Bell, Ann Nichols, 351 

Bell, Marie Suydam, 122 

Benedict, Amelia Lee, 178 

Benham, lone 189 

Bennitt, Melinda Wheeler, 75 

Benson, Henrietta Pyre, 328 

Benton, Carrie Anneke, 336 

Benton, Martha Ann, 130 

Bessey, Clara Fobes, 8 

Bingham, Florence Wells, 288 

Birdseye, Grace Elvira Couch, 196 

Bishop, Margaret Donald, 86 

Bissell, Irene L., 114 

Bixby, Mary Blanche, 4 

Blair, Lilian Whitney 230 

Blair, Katharine Catlin, 262 

Blake, Anna Beecher, 59 

Blake, Winifred Ballard, 247 

Blanchard, Sallie Medbury, 85 

Bliss, Emily H 202 

Bliss, Loretta Sidle, 155 

Boardman, Florence Pratt Foster, 191 



inde;x. 365 

Bonestell, Lulu Fargo, 166 

Booker, Juliana Thruston, 244 

Booth, Eliza Kendall, 272 

Booth, Emily, 183 

Burke, Jessie Hayward, 347 

Bovee, Jennie L. Cady, 47 

Bowen, Emily Frances Pratt, 1'6 

Bowman, Harriet Stillman, 347 

Bowman, Mary Colfax 268 

Bowman, Sarah E. Parker, 70 

Boyd, Mary SlinglufE 134 

Boynton, Lucy Ann Colburn, 262 

Bradford, Fannie Louise, 225 

BRADLEY, MARIA L. BRONSON, 191 

Bradley, May J. Forrest, 96 

Brainerd, Emily Sanford 154 

Braswell, Ella Clement, 215 

Brawley, Eunice, 208 

Brayton, Emma Sanford, 48 

Brewer, Clara G. Tagg, 124 

Briggs, Alice Burrall, 221 

Briggs, Caroline Crane, 230 

Briggs, Helen Johnson, 269 

Brinsmade, Frances Louise, 197 

Brinsmade, Jennette Pardee 196 

Brooks, Belle Brown, 36 

Brooks, Jennie Hill 193 

Brower, Jennie Vedder, 3f9 

Brower, Martha Sawyer, 232 

Brown, Carrie M., 124 

Brown, Mary Meredith, 71 

Brown, Mary Swart, 326 

Buffam, Charlotte Chittenden, 56 

Bugbee, Frances Agatha 171 

Bullard, Rose Douglas Brabson, 132 

Burch, Belle Hamlin, 206 

Burdick, Ada Langworthy, 142 

Burgert, Lucy Amelia Herrick, 341 

Burke, Maria Sandford, 129 

Burnett, Adelia Sturtevant, 347 

Burnett, Freelove Lillian, 114 

Buri'ows, Lottie Thomas Mott, 340 

Butcher, Ellen Page, 136 



Caldwell, Julia Cornell, " 119 

Cammann, Mary H., 312 

Campbell, Charlotte Nicholson, 147 

Campbell, Ellen Judith 275 

Campbell, Mary Johnston 231 

Candler, Mary Virginia Kaple, 268 

Cannon, Alice Amidon, 344 

Capen, Bertha Ellen Priest 265 

Carpenter, Anne Michaels Hogarty, 61 

Carr, Susan Abbot, 172 

Carter, Anna Marie, 325 

Carter, Eliza Jannett, 237 

CARTER, JERUSHA L 185 



366 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Castle, Margaret Jaquess, 271 

Gate, Ruth Gray, 162 

Catlin, Gulielma H. Cram, 178 

Chalkley, Constance Howland, 238 

Chapin, Lucy E., 266 

Chase, Elizabeth Parker, I75 

Cheever, Grace Marie, 349 

Cheney, Alma Raub, 311 

Cheney, Harriet Robinson, 68 

Childe, Jessie Duncan, 263 

Childs, Clara M., 153 

Churchill, Lula Elmira Knap, 112 

Claggett, Elizabeth Merrill Poole, 50 

Clapp, Mary Rowland, 1$ 

CLARK, CAROLINE WAY, 176 

Clark, Elizabeth Ashley, 21 

Clark, Ellen Florence Gage, 248 

Clark, Grace A., 109 

Clark, Inez Fewall Hereford, 281 

Clark, Jennie Woodruff, 85 

Clark, Sophie H., 208 

Clarke, Edith M 238 

Clarke, Emma Manning, 172 

Clay, Willie Kern, 240 

Clements, Mary Slocomb Wheeler 49 

demons, Nancy E. D 36 

Cleveland, Martha Clara, 254 

Cobb, Augusta Campbell, 109 

Coburn, Helen Sophia Miller, 5 

Cochran, Ellen, 285 

Cochrane, Fl-ankie Merrill, 112 

Cochrane, Helen A. French, 285 

Cogswell, Lucy Lincoln Perry, 171 

Colburn, Anna de Groff Woodin, 99 

Colbum, Maria E 2Fl 

Cole, Margaret Celeste, 264 

Cole, Mary Leighton Wallace, 280 

Conant, Ellen Bancroft, 265 

Connor, Florence Griswold, 64 

Cook, Annie Miner, 223 

Cook, Mary E., 9 

Cook, Mary Louisa Davis, 42 

Cook, Sarah Elizabeth, 193 

Cook, Virginia Day, 212 

Cooke, Naomi Hincks, 36 

Cooley, Grace Pierson CoflBn, 201 

Cooper, Martha Hegeman, 130 

Copeland, Blanche Andrews, 103 

Corbin, Mary Grace 123 

Cornish, Frances, 139 

Coulton, Mildred Smith 343 

Counselman, Lulu May Kettelle, 223 

Cox, Kate Prescott, 68 

Craig, Julia Rasin, 245 

Crane, Arabella Bertha, 139 

Crane, Louella 348 

Crane, Mary Campbell, 231 

Crocker, Margaret, 15 



INDI^X. 367 

Cronin, Rosalie B., 322 

Crosman, Mary Hall, 94 

Crosthwait, Eliza IFO 

Crowell, Harriet Southworth, 98 

Cummings, Frances Isabelle, 350 

Cummings, Sarah Frances, 350 

Cunningham, Eva Darell, 289 

Gushing, Gertrude W., 92 

Gushing, Katherine Greene, 106 

Gushing, Susan Jane Watson, 23 



Dale, Elizabeth Remsen LeRoy, 88 

Damon, Blanche S. Bartlett, 285 

Davis, Alice L., 20 

Davis, Katherine Huguenin, 303 

Day, Cornelia Ghisholm, 216 

Day, Emily Rainey Taylor, . . ". 53 

Dean, Bertha Louise, 28 

Dean, Helen Marion Gram, 43 

Dean, Isabella Glough, 76 

Dean, Mary Jennie Bassett, 28 

Deans, Clara Barr, 134 

Decker, Eslie Root, 206 

De Haven, Julia Gillespie, 89 

Denison, Adeline Walcott, 276 

Dickeson, Ada S. T. Cooper, 352 

Dillman, Anna M., 224 

Dixson, Elizabeth L., 188 

Dodge, Caroline Jane 96 

Dodge, Fanny Stanton, 170 

Dodge, Helen Frost, 352 

Dolliver, Louise Pearsons, 236 

Donald, Anna Edgar, 86 

Dorset, Helen, 156 

Dorset, Marian, 156 

Dorset, Nannie G., 156 

Dorsey, Frances J. Loomis, 276 

Douglass, Caroline Hare, 148 

Dow, Ellen Wale, 190 

Dowst, Annette L., 2^4 

Drake, Louise J., 70 

Drexel, Katharyn Hotchkiss, 268 

Drummond, Josephine Prince, 9 

Dunbar, Helen M 9 

Dunkle, Mary A. Prentice, 131 

Dyar, Mary E., 56 

Dyer, Nina Virginia Cooper, 351 



Easton, Caroline Newton, 300 

Eaton, Alice Wright, 117 

Eaton, Charlotte Dean Bradford, 17 

Eaton, Mary Tuttle Hogarty, 61 

Ebright, Julia Bissell, 114 

Eckbo, Theodora Mann, 32^4 

Edson, Julia Wood, 152 

25 



368 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Edwards, Lavinia Medbery, 105 

Edwards, Sarah Pease, 211 

Eggleston, Agnes Smith, 323 

Eidlitz, Jennie Turner, S^9 

Ellis, Josephine Chamberlin, 241 

Ellwood, Mary Bailey, 333 

Emerson, Wilimena H. Eliot 44 

Eubank, Grace Bixler, 66 

Evans, Chloe Ann Day, 33 



Failing, Ida Parsons 82 

Fallas, Annie Temple, 47 

Earnham, Satira A., 256 

Earquhar, Mary Howard, 44 

Faville, Esther D., 160 

Fellows, Nancy Putnam, 26 

FELTON. HARRIET, 269 

Fenyes, Eva Scott 73 

Ferriss, Cornelius Wing, 89 

Fessler, Mary Painter 353 

Few-Smith, Eliza Lehman, 72 

Fishburne, Elizabeth Alice Bedon, 208 

Fisher, Anne Elizabeth, 262 

Fisherdick, Marietta E. Webster, 235 

Fiske, Gertrude Horsford, 15 

Tlick, Bessie Morgan, 220 

Tloyd, Anna Belle 245 

Tlynn, Mary Louise, 173 

F'ogg, Mary W., 10 

T'oley, Martha Bellinger, 308 

Folger, Elizabeth S., 40 

Foote, Mary Eliza Merrill, 235 

Ford, Abby Williams Wild 2S 

Ford, Marietta A. Billings, 327 

Ford, Sara Carpenter 270 

Forman, Mary Lucretia, 79 

Fouquet, Florence Morse, 311 

Fowler, Adele Bloodgood, 226 

Fowler, Martha Crockett, 207 

Fox, Emma Stowell, 45 

Eraser, Libbie Isenhauer, 124 

Frazer, Elizabeth 113 

French, Grace Gertrude Albers, 273 

Frost, Carrie Brigham, 254 

Frost, Ida S., 189 

Fryer, Melissa Pratt, 298 

Fyffe, Bessye , 30 

Fyfle, Clifford Neff, 29 

Galusha, Elizabeth Osgood, 327 

Gardinier, Cora Anna 46 

Gary, Emily Clarissa Lyon 229 

Gaston, Josepha Bell, 146 

Gatchell, Gertrude Rasin, 245 

Gay, Ella C, ^48 

Geary, Elizabeth 127 



INDE^X. 369 

Gelm, Marjorie Cook, 223 

Gerry, Lizzie G. Corey 135 

Gesner, Ada Maria, 197 

Gibbens, Mary Barr Warfield, 211 

Gibson, Irene Elizabeth, 165 

Gilchrist, Elizabeth, 289 

Gilchrist, Flora Mariette Smith, 126 

Gile, Hattie Titus, 68 

Giles, Florence C, 313 

Gilfillen, Harriet Woodbridge Cook, 55 

Gilpatric, Jessie Isadore Hodges, 173 

Glover, Jane Beal, 277 

Goode, Ida Mae Stone, 299 

Goodwin, Jennie Miller, 304 

Goodwyne, Cornelius Vona, 216 

Gordan, Ida Johnson, 159 

Gorse, Louisa Virginia 104 

Gould, Edwina Ensign, 137 

Gould, Emma J., 162 

Gould, Helen Miller, 334 

Gould, Mary Ensign, 137 

Graves, Abbie A. Lord, 36 

Graves, Katherine Taylor, 148 

Graves, Mary Colfax Baldwin, 267 

Gray, Sarah Catherine, 219 

Gregg, Mary Needham, 168 

Green, Emma Lumpkin, 2T5 

Green, Harriet Campbell, 78 

Green, Mary Adelia F., 100 

Green, Mary Martin, 212 

Green, S. Elizabeth, 304 

Geeen, Virgelia, Sawyer, 173 

Greene, Aline Mobley, 147 

Greene, Lucy Sherrill, 345 

Greene, Martha Arey, 142 

Greenwood, Amanda A., 274 

Greer, Annie Pettigrew, 203 

Gresham, Fanny G. W 206 

Gresham, Mary Anderson, 216 

Griffin, Mary E 50 

Griffith, Sylvia Maria Leonard, 69 

Griggs, Caroline Haring White, 182 

Griggs, Nellie Ashley, 335 

Grondahl, Bernardine Barbour 122 

Grouard, Maria Louise, 313 

Grout, Ellen Maria Ballon, 144 

Gubelman, Lucy Hallet Coyne 258 



Hackett, Fannie M 242 

Haggard, Laura A., 281 

Hahn, Mary Pinney, 292 

Hale, Margaret M., 277 

Hall, Emma F., 1 286 

Hall, Grace H 69 

Hall, Ida M. Hill, 249 

Hall, Isabel Leighton, 278 

Hallock, Estelle, 332 



370 DAUGHTERS OP THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Hammond, Lillian Bowman, 70 

Hanna, C. Augusta Rhodes, 341 

Hanna, Eleanor Gray, 138 

Hannon, Clara Maria Cohb, 3i5 

Hanson, Sarah Abby, 5 

Hardcastle, Kate N., 203 

Harle, Cora Ethel, 235 

Harle, Josephine Wood, 234 

Harrell, Stella Porter, 217 

Harris, Mary Louisa, 283 

Harris, Mary McCalla, 339 

Harrison, Eliza Anne Eads, 66 

Harrison, Florence, 64 

Harrison, Florence Lewis, 292 

Harrison, Mary Elizabeth 118 

Hartley, Mary Antoinette Farnham, 256 

Harwood, Clara, 200 

Hasbrouck, Ada E. M., 75 

Haskell, Harriet Reed 300 

HASLET, ELIZA HAMILTON, 67 

Haslet, Mary J 67 

Hastings, Maria Davis, 16 

Hatch, Myra Blanchard Gurney, 23 

Hatch, Stella Tracy, 347 

Hayes, Charlotte A. Prentiss, 273 

Hazelton, Anna L. 19 

Hagen, M. Bell, 79 

Hazlett, Ella P., 101 

Head, Fanny L. Daggett, 34 

Heald, Helen Eliza Magoun, 18 

Heath, Mary Steward 5 

Heintselman, Eva Proctor, 115 

Henning, Sue Thornton Meriwether, 90 

Herriman, Helen 80 

Hess, Clementine Coryell Sheldon, 107 

Higby, Phebe Annetta, 220 

Higgins, Kate Corinne, 101 

Higgins, Fannie Pomeroy, 28 

Hildreth, Ellen Louise Kimball, 287 

Hilger, Clara Douglas, 90 

Hill, Mary Bartlett, 286 

Hill, Minerva Camp, 199 

Hillman, Caroline Eliza, 41 

Hillyer, Clara E., 187 

Hilton, Mary Abby Abell 87 

Hinchman, Mary, 45 

Hix, Caroline English, 314 

Hoadley, Henry-Etta Amelia Ivison, 179 

Hoag, Susan Howland, 91 

Hobron, Frances Elizabeth, 219 

Hodge. Myrtle Augusta Low, 251 

Hodges, Mary Louise, 302 

Hodgins, Emeline Clark, 60 

Hogarty, Harriet Rebecca C, 61 

Hogarty, Sarah Ann, 61 

Hollister, Evelyn Hewson 103 

Holmes, Carrie Addie Smith, 249 

Holmes, Lucy Sherman, 271 



INDEX. 371 

Holyoke, Blanche Essington, 26 

Homan, Martha Louise Mallery, 334 

Horton, Katharine Pratt, 298 

Homer, Rebecca Davis, 30 

Hood, Alice Howell, 332 

Hood, Carrie la Halle Adams, 120 

Hood, Katherine Wyman, 18 

Hopkins, Fanny Wayne Chambers 110 

Hotchkiss, Katherine Bush, 74 

Hough, Frances Louise, 184 

Houghton, Lottie Melissa Merriam, 114 

Howard, Edith Powell, 278 

Howe, Elizabeth Leavitt, 73 

Howe, Katharine Dexter, 252 

Howes, Claire M 77 

Hubbard, Helen Vosburgh, 302 

Hubbard, Mary Jane Whiton, 118 

Hubbard, Sallie McConnell, 239 

Hubbell, Elizabeth, 301 

Hughes, Eva Raymond Frazer, 146 

Hughes, Helen, 205 

Hughes, Margaret M I57 

Humes, Rosalie Floyd, 240 

Humphrey, Fannie Coffroth, 119 

Hunt, Frances Adelaide Newton, 300 

Hunter, Annie, 218 

Hurlburt, Frances Irene Keeler, 179 

Hutchins, Carrie E. McFadden, 211 

Hutchinson, Elizabeth J., 243 

Hutton, Jessie Stewart, 330 

Hyde, Adelaide B., 93 

Hyde, Elizabeth A., 314 



Ingersoll, Annie L., 3 

Ingersoll, Marcia Atkinson, 2 

Ives, Mary Winslow, .............[.....[... 297 

Jack, Mary E., ■£g2 

Jackson, Mary G., .*!.'.*!!.'.'.'.'!!.'!!.*,'!.'! 306 

Jackson, Mathilde Heyl, 244 

Jacobs, Catharine Huntington, 45 

James, Alice M., !!..'.'!].'!!!!! 267 

Jannopoulo, Berenice Stockton, 65 

Jarrett, Emma White, 82 

Jaynes, Mary Brown, 61 

Jeffrey, Alice Kilbourne, .'...'...'. 117 

Jewell, Lizzie B., .'..!!!!!!!!!! 101 

Jewett, Emma Jane Farwell, '...........'..... 44 

Johnson, Catharine A. C 264 

Johnson, Emily Rockwell, 48 

Johnson, Flora Priscilla, 16'3 

Johnson, Kate Snow Walker, 281 

Johnston, Jennie Scribner, [ [[ 53 

Jones, Emma Pratt, 299 

Jones, Estelle Bayne, .".!.'!!.'!!.'!!!.'!! 91 

Jones, Laura Amelia, ] [ 270 



372 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Jones, Marian Hastings, 187 

Josselyn, Linda G., 21 



Kehler, Rose Gilbert, 222 

Kelsey, Harriet Lynde, 331 

Kendall, Emily Z., 67 

Kendall, Flora Caroline, 165 

Kendall, Gertrude G., 19 

Kendrick, Bessie May, 188 

Kent, Marhon Gray Shoals, 176 

Kerr, May Herberton, 12 

Kessler, Josephine Dilworth, 55 

Kett, Mary Thompson Tuttle, 62 

KEYES, SUSAN BANNISTER, 152 

Kilbourne, Anna Bancroft, 117 

Kimball, Belle Campbell, 27'8 

Kimball, Mary Grover, 125 

Kimberly, Cornelia H., 180 

Kimberly, Nannie Marriott, 30 

King, Kittle Southern, 340 

Kingsbury, Laura D. H., 30 

Kinne, Emma G., 336 

Knight, Aleta De Foreest, 288 

Koch, Emma Augusta, 136 

Kohler, Lora Standish Alden, 115 

Koon, Edith Adelle 54 



Lamar, Mary Ethel Toy, 216 

Lambert, Mary Hoxie, 200 

Lambeth, Virginia Jessie Parker, 158 

Landers, Mary Erwin Birdsall, 84 

Landon, Mary Grinnell, 91 

Lane, Helen Taylor, 185 

Lane, Metta Gault, 284 

Lang, Sara Drummond, 10 

Langley, Mary Putnam, 26 

Langworthy, Georgie Sheldon, 143 

Lapham, Lucy Ellen Cole, 225 

La Pierre, Evelyn Brown, 176 

La Rue, Harriet Ayres, 87 

Lawrence, Mary Elizabeth Hubbard, 181 

Lawrence, Mary S., 138 

Lawton, Julia A., 39 

Leader, Alice Farnham, 1 

Leavenworth, Sarah T. A., 153 

L'Ecluse, Julia Manley Weeks, 333 

Leigh, Frances Baird, 159 

Leighton, Ella Augusta, 40 

Lemmon, Frances A., 219 

Leonard, Louise Lemira Herrick, 341 

Leslie, Marie Cooke, 107 

Levengston, Emma Clark Pike, 105 

Lewis, Julia, 239 

Linbarger, Charlotte Hayden, 275 

Lincoln, Eudora Percival, 1^ 

Littlefield, Lydia Chamberlin, 299 



INDE^X. 373 

Livermore, Mary Griswold, 22 

Locke, Emma McSparren, 137 

Locke, Emma Perkins Boylston, 37 

Lockrow, E. Josephine, 193 

Long, Eugenia Perrin, 116 

Loveland, Sarah Sheldon, 143 

Lovell, Lillian Truesdell, 76 

Loyhed, Frances Ames, 50 

Luders, Mary Selfridge, 140 

Lukens, Matilda Clark Barnes, 135 

Lyon, Elizabeth Prentice, 177 

Lytle, Anna Webster, 282 



McBride, Virginia Hardaway, 218 

McCallum, Elizabeth Willis 203 

McCluney, Mary Lura, 63 

McClure, Rumina Ayres, 164 

McComb, Anna Louise Guerrard, I20 

McDonald, Clara Rebecca Hutchins, 166 

Macfarlane, Kathleen Selfridge, 140 

Mcintosh, Elizabeth Weaver Ellis, 338 

Mclntyre, Bertha Marion Carr, 174 

McKinney, Julia P. Linnell, 131 

Maclaren, ElizabetTi Weston, 123 

McMurray, Jeannie Newcomb Bucklin, 328 

McNaugher, Mary Josephine Scott, 139 

Malone, Cora Bowler, 128 

Manross, Martha E. Wilson, 96 

March, Josephine M., 266 

Marfield, Agnes E., 57 

Marsh, Ella Sherman, 92 

Marshall, Caroline L., 232 

Marshall, Josephine Holcomb, 238 

Marshall, Lillie Holcomb, 237 

Marston, Laura Marie, 67 

Martin, Mary Augusta Gould, 1 

Mather, Flora Stone, 339 

May, Emily Ophelia Dewey, 259 

Maynard, Caroline Lovell Wood, 19 

Meloy, Frances Williams, 323 

Melvin, Clara Wilbur, 31 

Menzie, Harriet Clarence Chappell, 102 

Merriam, Mary Rice, 188 

Merrill, Mary Griffin, 311 

Middleton, Marie Bryant, 227 

Mildram, Sarah E. Hallett, 14 

Miles, Augusta Culver, 1§2 

Miles, Roberta L. Hall 145 

Millard, Cora Sprague, 125 

Miller, Eula Smith, 149 

Miller, Josephine A., 108 

Miller, Lillian Maxwell, 256 

Minot, Electa Morton, 293 

Minot, Harriet Patterson, 293 

Minot. Mary M. L., 294 

Mitchell, Clara Blake, 162 

Mobley, Cornelia Massey, 147 



374 DAUGHTERS 01^ THE AMERICAN REVOI^UTION. 

Montague, Marion Whitney Fry, 276 

Montgomery, Mary Jewett, 296 

Moore, Mary Eliza, 204 

Moore, May Scranton, 294 

Moore, Sarah A., 77 

Morning, Mabel Kellogg, 66 

Morris, Eugenia 309 

Morris, Lizzie Statham, 270 

Morrison, Amelia Collins, 329 

Morrison, Lethe Blackman, 57 

Morrison, Mary R., 330 

Moses, Nina Blanche, 334 

Moses, Rosa Georgina, 334 

Moss, Bertha A., 192 

Mott, Amelia Huntington, 213 

Munroe, Annie Maria, 20 

Munroe, Bertha A 249 

Murphy, Jennie M., 140 

Murray, Irene Smith, 78 

Myers, Virginia, 14 



Neville, Bessie Merritt, 103 

Newberry, Cora R., 290 

Newell, Effie Mackintosh, 209 

Newell, Flora J., 193 

NEWMAN, SALLY DAVIS 308 

Nichols, Rose Tilden, 80 

Nickerson, Frances Eliza Ransom, 305 

Nicola, Ada Boyden 340 

Niles, Mary Webster Parker, 317 

Noble, Nina Robinson, 103 

Northup, Laura Harkness, 351 



Obdyke, Helen Elizabeth Latta, 141 

Ogle, Alfaretta Louise, 121 

Ogle, Florence, 121 

Old, Claudia Paxton, 158 

Oldham, Katherine Lemist Snell, 24 

Oley, Fannie Weld, 182 

Olive, Elizabeth Ristine, 2^31 

Ostheimer, Martha Mcllvain, 132 

Otis, Elizabeth Ransom, ?3 

Otis, Ellen Sophia, 41 

Otis, Maribel Ransom, Si 



Packard, Harriet Manley 24 

Parker, Mary Putnam Benton 71 

Parkhurst, Elvira Alexander, 301 

Parrish, Clara Weaver, 94 

Parsons, Elizabeth Warner Briggs, 171 

Parsons, Ella D., 301 

Partridge, Deborah A., 25 

Patch, Jennie E. Townsley 265 

Patten, Lois Weston, 6 

Patterson, Lucj' Barker, 295 



iND^x. 375 

Patterson, Mabel Lewis, 333 

Patterson, Sarah Creeley, ./..... 207 

Peabodj', Abbie Crane .'.*!!.'!! 108 

Pease, Ella Gertrude S., 37 

Peatross, Sallle Redd, 158 

Peck, Gertrude Stone, [[[\ 321 

Peck, Mary Johnson, 170 

Peckham, Emily Peck, 329 

Pegram, Eda Kezia Smith, 7 

Pennoyer, Alice, I59 

Perham, Estelle Sophia, 257 

Perkins, Delia Antoinette Foote, 267 

Perrin, Amelia, 116 

Peterson, Cornelia Sanford, 198 

Pettys, Harriet West, 51 

Pierce, Josie Withington Smith, 7 

Pierce, M. Mabelle, 323 

PIERCE, MARIETTA SHELLEY, 307 

Pierson, Cornelia Dodge, 353 

Pillmore, Gertrude Feeter French, 348 

Pinkus, Laura A. Ball, 315 

Piper, Lizzie French, 247 

Plumb, Mary Thomas Gibbs, 214 

Polk, Daisy Cantrell, 151 

Pomeroy, Emma Loomis, 2r7 

Pomeroy, Jane M. Pierce, 270 

Pool, Maria Louise, 25 

Pope, Lucy Miller, 274 

Porter, Amy Betts, 1?4 

Porter, Anna Estelle Barnard, HO 

Porter, Georgia Pulsifer, 242 

Porter, Mary E., 260 

Posey, Jane Martin Bell, 146 

Potter, Amelia 144 

Potter, Mary Ross Morley, 303 

Potter, Nellie Smith, 177 

Pound, Emma White 76 

Powell, Emma Webster, 279 

Powell, Helen Griffith, 47 

Pratt, Mary W. N., 116 

Prentice, Georgiana Crary, 127 

Prescott, Augusta Jane, 2 

Preston, Belle Pinney, 201 

Prettyman, Anna Bardley, 204 

Price, Kate Hammond, 145 

Price, Martha, 274 

Price, Mary Isabel, 145 

Proctor, Fannie Persons, 531 

Provoost, Lillie Croes, 298 

Pugh, Rosetta Caroline Lane, 319 

Pulsford, Clara Yardley, 205 

Putnam, Harriet Lowell, 252 

Pyle, Lenore Sherwood 349 



Quayle, Romelia M., 130 

Quincy, Mary C. S., 38 



376 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOIvUTION. 

Rabe, Minnie Maude Nash, Il5 

Randolph, Celestia, 93 

Ray, Alice Paull, 272 

Ray, Jennie Paull, 272 

Read, Abigail Dickinson Dreer, 134 

Record, Orcelia A., 105 

Redington, Mary Towne, 226 

Reed, Carrie White, 257 

Reed, Catherine Bowman, 120 

Reed, Charlotte Preston, Ill 

Rees, Cornelia Maynard, 346 

Reid, Anna Bissell, 113 

Reid, Lucy Ann, 40 

Remington, May L., 190 

Rhoades, Mary P 295 

RHODES, HEPZIBAH MARIA SMITH, 175 

Rice, Ella TM 252 

Rice, Elizabeth A., 253' 

Rice, Ellen Adelia, 3 

Richards, Mary L 263 

Richardson, Bertha June, 338 

Richmond, Rosalind Adelaide, 315 

Ripley, Isadora, 25 

Ripley, Lucenia M., 269 

Ripley, Lydia R. Parker, 16^ 

Rising, Augusta Camp, 58 

Roach, Frances Keen, 233 

Robbins, Hattie Elizabeth, 110 

Roberts, Jessie Netta Parsons, 87 

Robinson, Bvie H. G., 11 

Robinson, Martha Reid, 218 

Robinson, Mary Ida Odell, 126 

Rogers, Frances Louise, 235 

Rogers, Kate Brainerd, 235 

Roosa, Sarah De Haven, 228 

Row, Mary Hamilton, 233 

Rowen, Laura, 141 

Royle, Emma Smith, 22 

Rugg, William Minerva, 199 

Russell, Anna Embury Sheldon 80 



Sacker, Mary Elizabeth Munn, 27 

Sanborn, Adaline Louise, 20 

Sanborn, Kathreen A., 287 

Sanford, Ruth Dusenbury, 254 

Sanger, Susan Jewell, 41 

Santee, Jane Blodgett, 186 

Sargent, Elizabeth Perkins, 25 

Scandrett, Cornelia Whipple, 51 

Schmidt, Jessie Wisner, 98 

Schultze, Ida Kate Leonard, 86 

Scott, Milley Cowdery, 119 

Scott, Minnie, 104 

Scribner, Josephine G., 12 

Sedgwick, Julia Emoline Randall, 253 

Seely, Sarah Mathews, 154 

Sexton, Ida Josephine Hyde, 314 



iND^x. 377 

Seymour, Harriet Stephens Hoes, 97 

Seymour, Mary 295 

Shafer, Ann T. C, 63 

Shattuck, Mary Lucinda Parker, 261 

Shefler, Florence Weber, 222 

&HELLEY, REBECCA, 307 

Sherman, Kate Moore, 297 

Shiels, Emily M. B. Mead, 318 

Shore, Bertha Call, 23? 

Short, Ruth I., 35 

Shover, Eliza Crosby Gibbes, 213 

Sivyer, Lillian Day, 160 

Sizer, Mary Theodora, 93 

Skipwith, Lennie Powell, 65 

Smalley, Lottie Tuttle, 63 

Smart, Caroline Goodrich Parker, 38 

Smith, Ada Virginia, 12 

Smith, Alice Wadsworth Noyes, 52 

Smith, Celeste Gray, 55 

Smith, Ella Millicent, 189 

Smith, Ella Pauline, 158 

Smith, Ettie Leila 221 

Smith, Eva Munson, 22^ 

Smith, Florence K 81 

Smith, Grace Coburn, 6 

Smith, Jessie Dent, 157 

Smith, Julia Maria, 200 

SmitTi, Kate Barnett, 280 

Smith, Lillian Chew 72 

Smith, Lillian C, 7 

Smith, Lucella C, 81 

Smith, Lucy Hunt 246 

Smith, Margaret Sheldon, 161 

Smith, Mary Abby, 220 

Smith, Mary Holt, 70 

Smith, Mary I. Thompson, 325 

Smith, Minnie Himes, 190 

Snow, Anne Frances Rice, 4 

Snow, Martha Westcott, 59 

Sorg, Louise Darnstaedt, 194 

Souther, Sarah C, 279 

Southern, Elizabeth Gale, 343 

Southern, Myrtle Stanley, 344 

Spalding, Martha Reed, 326 

Sperry, Hannah B., 207 

Sprague, Elizabeth Doan, 12B 

Sprewenburg, Ellen Palmer, 194 

Spring, Anna Tarbell, 296 

Stanton, Adeline Wheeler Burdick 143 

Stanton, Mary Augusta Shattuck, 305 

Starbird, Susan Elizabeth Plaisted, 3 

Starkey, Jennie O., : 46 

Stebbins, Alida Gale, 342 

Steener, Nora M. Finney, 138 

Stevens, Anna Wentworth, 12 

Stevens, Eliza L. Morris, 310 

Stevens, Lois W., 309 

Stewart, Deane De Haven Roosa, 229 

Stewart, Elizabeth Huntington, 239 



378 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Stewart, Lilian Mai, 335 

Stillman, L.ucretia Bailey, 194 

Stillman, Tacie Elizabeth Larkin, 144 

Stilson, Addie Borne, 99 

Stitt, Emma Scott, 210 

Stoddard, Alice Maria, •. 180 

Stone, Fanny B., 161 

Stone, Mary Gray, 17 

Stone, Sallie Wood Oliphant, 72 

Storie, Katharine R. T., 150 

Stowell, Mary Esty 109 

Stratton, Helen S., 253 

Strickland, Martha Hardaway, 218 

Strong, Clara Smith, 177 

Strong, May Warner Graaniss, 185 

Suydam, Helen, 123 

Snyder, Ruth, 135 

Swain, Florence Joy, 288 

Swift, Mary Weston, 34 



Taft, Grace Ellis, 305 

Talcott, Clara McLean, 201 

Tanke, Ella L. Noble, 296 

Tapley, Lavinia R. K., 204 

Tarbell, Annie Tower, 261 

Taylor, Florence May, 31 

Taylor, Helen Minge, 151 

Taylor, Lucy Learning, 345 

Thomes, Viola Bean, 13 

Thompson, Caroline Montgomery 289 

Thompson, Emma Eliza Alexander 31 

Thompson, Letitia MagoflBn, 240 

Thomson, Katharine Elizabeth, 232 

Thorp, Mary Brownell, ISB 

Tibbals, Marion H 81 

Tillinghast, Florence Morgan, 88 

Tobey, Caroline Edwards, 99 

Tompkins, Alice Lee, 336 

Towne, Aurelia Crary, 128 

Trautman, Mary Edith, 106 

Trimble, Mary B., 84 

Tully, Grace K., 133 

Tuttle, Isidore B. Cheney, 36 

Tuttle, Susan Caroline, 232 

Toy, Mary Bockover, 217 



Upham, Mary G 15 

Upson, Anna Richardson 337 



Van Alstyne, Carolyn Shults, 109 

Van Antwerp, Martha, 317 

Van Deusen, Harriet Terry, Ill 

Van Horn, Lucy Stiles 52 

Van Horn, Lulu Stiles, 52 

Van Ostrand, Mattie Culver, 156 



INDEX. 379 

Van Sant, Ruth, 59 

Van Valkenburgh, Carrie Doolittle, 307 

Vaughn, Helen Elizabeth Kenyon, 174 

Vaux, Carrie Theodora Mayhew, 224 

Veech, Louise, 181 

Villers, Laura Wells de, 79 

Vorse, Mary Marvin Heaton, 33 

Vosburgh, Isabella Richardson, 303 

Wadsworth, Lue Stuart, 250 

Waite, Alice C 167 

Waite, Frances Parsons, 131 

Waite, Julia Noble, 83 

Walker, Josephine Percy, 243 

Wallace, Anna Flintham, 279 

Wallace, Fannie C, 191 

Walton, Alma B. C, 7 

Walton, Ethel S., 8 

Walton, Harriet Foster Graydon, 112 

Ward, Ada Davis, 3(re 

Ward, Ermine Palmer, 46 

Warner, Lucy M., 284 

Warner, Mary Hunt, 246 

Warnock, Clifford, 121 

Warren, Elizabeth Fiske, 34 

Warren, Mary Judson, 20 

Waterman, Mary Briggs Bradford, ^9 

Watkins, Anna Neilson Gillespie, 150 

Watkins, Grace lone Richardson, 3UB 

Watkins, Mary lone Richardson, 308 

Watkins, Mary Durell, 258 

Watson, Susie Louise Davis 258 

Webber, Grace Jewell 241 

Webber, Jane G. H., 132 

Welch, Minnie E., ^4 

Welling, Clementine L. D., 187 

Wells, Katie Patten, 225 

Wentworth, Anne M., 260 

Weston, Gertrude Sophia, 8 

Ti^Tieelock, Mary Philip, 306 

Wheeler, Eliza J., 26 

Wheeler, Emily, 74 

Wheeler, Emily A. Mersereau, 324 

Wheeler, Louise Vanette, 321 

Wheeler, Lucy Grant, 144 

Whipple, Mary Sophia, 75 

White, Delia Bulkley Holden, 129 

White, Eliza Jane, 238 

White, Huldah B., 133 

White, Julia Haring, 182 

White, Mary B., 2B0 

White, Maude 302 

Whiting, Edith May Edwards, 184 

Whitlock, Edith Hunt, 97 

Wienges, Eva Mims, 214 

Wikoff, Anna Thomason, 73 

Wilberton, Sarah Dow, 60 



380 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI^UTION. 

Wilbur, Mabel, 32 

Wilcox, Mary Emily, 35^0 

Wilcox, Mary Emily Donelson, 21T) 

Wilcox, Mary Rachel, 211 

Willard, Bial Wellman, 42 

Williams, Amanda Smith, Il9 

Williams, Emily Frances Cole, 153 

Williams, i^'rances M., ?8 

Williams, Hila Nobles, 352 

Williams, Lucille Wilde, 199 

Willis, Edith Gillespy, 205 

Wilson, Harriet C. H., 64 

Wilson, Harriet N. Straw, 257 

Wilson, Mary Caroline, 42 

Wilson, Mary Smith, 133 

WILSON, RACHEL WILSON, 233 

Winslow, Mary Gertrude, 317 

Witherill, Louise Chandler, 332 

Wolcott, Emma, 186 

Wood, Flora May Jaynes, 62 

Wood, Katharine 20 

Wood, Mary Conger, 306 

Wood, Mary Elizabeth, 234 

Woodbridge, Adele Taylor, 32 

Woodford, Isabella W., 337 

Woodrow, Ella Margaret, 22S 

Woodrow, Ida Watson, 227 

Woodworth, Sara E. Campbell, 43 

Worden, Bessie Sartwell, 101 

Wortendyke, Parepa Neer, 161 

Worthington, Amy Titus, 297 

Wright. Bertha B. H., 321 

Wright, Helen, ; 117 

Wright, Jessie B., 64 

Wright, Margaret Upham, ^7 

Wyman, Aubigue Ellen, 13 



Yale, Julia Louise Mack, 195 

Yardley, Virginia Greer, 205 

Youmans, Frances Lake 2?2 



Zacher, Julia Griswold, 188 



ROLL OF HONOR. 



Ancestors' Index. 



ROLL OF HONOR 




Abbe, John, 312 

Abbe, Capt. Richard, 139, 140 

Abbe, Capt. Thomas, 312 

Abbot, Jeremiah, 172 

Adams, Asahel, 120 

Adams, John 122 

Adams, Sergt. Joseph, 18, 20 

Adams, Nathaniel, 219 

Adams, Oliver, 283 

Adams, Samuel 254 

Adgate, Matthew, 293, 295 

Adg-ate, Judge Matthew, Jr., 293, 295 

Ainsworth, Rev. Laban, 317 

Alden, David, 55 

Alden, Nathan, Jr., 115 

Alden, Capt. Nathan, 115 

Alexander, Hon. Hugh, 138 

Alexander, William, 29, 31 

Allan, Col. John, 251 

Allen, Benjamin, 44, 51, 264 

Allen, Capt. Jacob, 127 

Allen, Sergt. Jacob, Jr., 127 

Allen, .Tonathan, Jr., 160 

Allen, Samuel, 250 

Allen, Ens. Samuel, 330 

Allvn, Capt. Simeon, 52 

Alvord, Saul, 169 

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384 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Amidon, Henry 344 

Anderson, Sergt. Charles, 214, 216 

Andruss, Nehemiah, 185 

Angell, Ens. Jesse, 39 

Annin, William, 134 

Ashby, Capt. John, 91 

Ashley, Lieut. Daniel, 255 

Ashley, Dr. Israel, 21 

Ashley, Col. Samuel, 255, 301 

Ashman, Col. George, 181 

Ashton, Lieut. Isaac, 64 

Atkinson, Ens. Moses, 2, 3 

Atlee, Col. Samuel John, 141 

Atwater, Maj. Ruben 346 

Austin, David 337 

Averill, Lieut. Samuel, 40 

Avery, Ens. David, 281 

Avery, Col. Ebenezer, 281 

Ayer, Eichard, 155 

Ayer, Capt. Thomas, 149 

Ayres, Jabez, 83, 87 



Backus, Electus, 119 

Badger, Brig. Gen. Joseph, 110 

Bagnell, Lieut. Richard, 34 

Bailey, Eliakim, 194, 195 

Baker, Sergt. Amos, 4 

Baker, Samiiel, 227 

Baldwin, Isaac, 58 

Baldwin, Capt. Samuel, 163 

Ball, Sergt. Benjamin Gott, 253 

Ball, Lieut. Isaac, 260 

Ball, Flamen, 315 

Ball, Rev. Eliphlet, 315 

Bancker, Capt. Thomas Brower, 319 

Bancroft, Edmund, 265 

Bancroft, Sergt. Jonathan, 265 

Bannister, Thomas, 152 

Barber, Charles, 14 

Barber, David, 341, 347 

Barber, Nathan, 128 

Barber, Capt. Nathan, Jr., 128 

Barber, Corp. Stephen, 341, 347 

Barker, John, 259 

Barker, Timothy, 102 

Barnard, Dorus, 321 

Barnard, Capt. John, 321 

Barnard, Maj. Samuel, 266 

Barnes, Capt. Joseph, 319 

Barnes, William, 309, 310 

Barnett, Lieut. James, 280 

Barney, Joseph, 192 

Barrett, Hon. Philip, 203 

Barret, Sergt. Francis, 63 

Barron, Capt. William, 236 

Bartholomew, Oliver, 219 

Bartlett, Sergt. Joseph, 10 

Bartlett, Hon. Josiah, 286 



ROLL OF HONOR. 385 



Bartram, Daniel, 183 

Bascom, Elias, 154 

Bassett, Abraham, 197 

Bassett, Joseph, 27, 28 

Bassett, Serg-t. NathanieJ, 118 

Batchellor, Capt. John, 169 

Bates, Sergt. Ambrose, 41, 42 

Baylor, Capt. Walker, 90 

Beach, Aaron, 267 

Beach, Abel, 58, 197 

Beach, Capt. Enoch, 232 

Beach, John, 58 

Beach, Landa, 181 

Beall, Lieut. Elisha, 245 

Beard, Sergt. Samuel, 126 

Beardsley, Abijah, 197 

Beecher, Capt. Amos, 59 

Bedell, Col. Timothy, 49 

Beebe, David, 189 

Beebe, Rev. James, 197 

Bell, Francis, 215, 217 

Bell, Jonathan, 101 

Bellinger, Col. Peter, 82, 308 

Benbury, Maj. Thomas, 158 

Benedict, Samuel, 92 

Bennett, Jacob, 167 

Bennet, Joseph, 247 

Bennett, Silas, 63 

Bentley, Capt. Caleb, 78 

Benton, Elihu, 336 

Berry, Capt. Divan, Jr., 130 

Betts, Corp. Samuel Comstock, 174 

Betts, Uriah, 174 

Billings, Corp. John, 327 

Billings, Maj. Samuel, 248 

Birdsall, Lieut. Col. Benjamin, 84 

Bishop, Joel, 269 

Bissell, Zebulon, 114 

Blackler, Capt. William, 313 

Blackman, Lieut. Nathaniel, 57 

Blackwell, Capt. Joseph, 66 

Blackwell, Micah, 10 

Bliss, Ebenezer, 32 

Bliss, Gad, 32 

Bliss, Col. John, 32 

Bolden, John, 243 

Boland, Lieut. David, Jr., 189 

Booth, Capt. James, 183 

Booth, John, 188, 193 

Booth, Capt. Nathan, 184 

Bottum, David, Jr., 105 

Bow, Edward, 99 

Bowen, Daniel, 163 

Bowler, Charles, 128 

Bow^man, John, 120 

Bowman, Capt. Jonas, '''0 

Bowman, Zadock, "^^ 

Bowne, Corp. Henry, 82, 301 

Bovden, Lieut. Joseph, 340 



386 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Boylston, Capt. Edward, 37 

Bradbury, Samuel, 242 

Bradford, Col. Gamaliel, 15 

Bradford, Lieut. Gamaliel, Jr., '. 15 

Bradford, Corp. James, 17 

Bradford, Capt. Lemuel, 29 

Bradford, Peleg, 17 

Bradford, Col. William, 277, 280 

Bradley, John, 41 

Brandt, John, 106 

Branham, Corp. William Bourne, 240 

Brewer, Elisha, 250 

Brigg-s, Eliphalet, 246 

Briggs, Capt. Eliphalet, Jr., 246 

Briggs, Jonn, 29 

Briggs, Corp. Jonathan, 171 

Brigham, Asa, 26 

Brigham, Sergt. Henry, 254 

Brinkerhoff, EoeToiff, 179 

Brinsmade, Capt. Abraham, 197 

Brokaw, Lieut. John, 288 

Bronson, Joseph, 191 

Brooks, Cornelius, 322 

Brooks, Rev. David, 178 

Brooks, James 322 

Broughton, Capt. Nicholas, 315 

Brown, Capt. Daniel, 319 

Brown, Serg-t. David, 142 

Brown, Ebenezer, 321 

Brown, Jesse, 264 

Brown, John, 61, 62 

Brown, Capt. John, 160 

Brown, Sergt. John, Jr., 61, 62 

Brown, Judge Jonathan, 327 

Brown, Lieut. Nathaniel Bowman, 238 

Brown, Reuben, 176 

Brown, Samuel, 61, 62 

Brown, Deacon William, 31 

Buell, Capt. John Hutchinson, 169 

Bulloch, James, 208 

Eurdick, Abel, 39 

Eurditt, Ebenezer, 331 

Burf oot, Lieut. Thomas, 165 

Burgess, Capt. Joseph, 211 

Burgess, Thomas, 10 

Burrall, Col. Charles, 221 

Burton, Col. Robert, 150 

Burwell, Col. Lewis, 65 

Bush, Conradt, 182 

Butler. Matthew, 191 

Butler, Col. Zebulon, 318 

Butterfield, Jonathan, 261 



Cadv, David, 47, 311 

Calk Asa, 234 

Camp, Moses 58 

Camp, Maj. Samuel, 191 

Campbell, Jane Cannon, 78 



ROLL OF HONOR. 387 



Campbell, Col. Samuel, 78 

Cauipbell, Thomas, 130 

Campbell, Lieut. Col. William, 66 

Cannon, Elinor McKinney, 78 

Cannon, Matthew, 78 

Cantrell, Capt. Stephen, 151 

Capron, John, 264 

Carpenter, Elias, 89 

Carr, Capt. John, 39 

Carter, Enoch, 325 

Carter, William, 274 

Cary, Jabez, Jr., 319 

Cary, Col. Simeon, 23 

Cate, Corp. Enoch, 162 

Catlin, Judge Phineas, 272 

Chalker, Moses, 194 

Chamberlin, Lieut. Col. William, 299 

Chambers. Col. William, 112, 113 

Champlin, Asa, 156 

Champlin, Christopher, 156 

Champlin, Georg-e, 156 

Chandler, John, 248 

Chandler, Jonathan, 2, 68 

Chandler, Joseph, 248 

Chapin, Caleb, 45 

Chapin, Sergt. Nathan, 260 

Chapman, Simon, 156 

Chase, Charles, 40 

Chase, John, 40 

Chase, Joshua, 270 

Chase, Corp. Perley, 19 

Cheney, Edward, 316 

Cheney, Ephraim, 316 

Cherry, Capt. Samuel, 129, 347 

Chittenden, Jared, 291 

Chittenden, Sergt. Jared, 56 

Cilley, Col. Joseph, 285 

Clai'k, Sergt. David, 170 

Clark, Corp. Elisha, 181 

Clark, Lieiit. Jeremiah, 135 

Clark, Jerome, 124 

Clark, Lemuel, 85 

Clark, Eeuben, 208 

Clark, Silas, 348 

Cleveland, Lieut. Ezra, 224 

Cleveland, Sergt. Nehemiah, 295 

Cleveland, Sergt. Seth, 224 

Clifford. Isaac, 40 

Clift, Amos 200 

Clinton, Maj. Gen. James, 310 

Clock, Jacob, 76 

Clute, Peter, 89 

Cobb, Dr. Samuel, 345 

Cochran, Capt. Samuel, 70 

CoiTroth, Conrad, 119 

Cogswell. Nathaniel, 187 

Colburn, Eobert, 262 

Colby, John, 256 

Cole, Benjamin, 153 



388 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Cole, Sergt. Daniel, 225 

Colfax, Capt. William, 267, 268 

Collar, Michael, 141 

Collins, Ephraim, 241 

Collins, Ens. Cyprian, 307 

Collins, Levi, 241 

Collins, Capt. Eobert, 329 

Comins, Alexander, 350 

Conant, Jonathan, 19 

Conant, Peter, 42 

Conkey, Asa, 105, 154 

Conkey, James, 154 

Conkey, Deacon James, 105 

Converse, Capt. Israel, 342 

Converse, Josiah, 323, 342 

Converse, Josiah, Jr., 323 

Cook, Lemuel, 292 

Cooke, Charles, 107 

Coolej^ Josiah, 32 

Cooley, Capt. William, 117 

Copeland, Deacon Joseph, 179 

Copp, Joshua, 235 

Corey, Capt. Timothy, 135 

Coryell, Judge Emanuel, 107 

Coryell, Maj. J ohn, 107 

Cosart, John, 98 

Couch, John, 196 

Cousins, Capt. Nathaniel, 12 

Cox, William, Jr., 37, 38 

Craft, Maj. Eleazer, 263 

Craig, Lieut. John, 13 

Cram, Ezekiel, 179 

Crane, Abel, 230 

Crane, Asa, 163 

Crane, Judge Stephen, 108 

Crane, Col. Thaddeus, 184 

Cresap, Daniel, 121 

Cresap, Col. Thomas, 121 

Croes, Bishop John, 298 

Crosman, Robert, 94 

Cruttenden, Nathan, 278, 279 

Cruttenden, Corp. Nathan, 65 

Cummings, Lieut. Jothan, 27 

Cunable, John, 290 

Cunable, Samuel, 290 

Cunningham, Robert John, 289 

Curtis, Lieut. John, 126 

Curtis. Robert 183 

Cushing, Ezekiel, 3 

Clashing, Loring, 3 

Cushman, Joseph, 144 



Darell, John, 258 

Darell, Peter 258 

Davie, Gen. William Richardson, 208 

Davis, Col. Aaron, 16 

Davis, Abel, 20 

Davis, Deacon Edvpard, 303, 305 



ROLL OF HONOR. 389 



Davis, Jesse, 308 

Davis, Joseph, 303, 305 

Davis, Joshua, 234 

Davis, Moses, 16 

Davis, Lieut. Nathan, 30 

Davis, William, 239 

Dawson, Nicholas, 181 

Daw^son, Timothy, 150, 323 

Day, John, 212 

Day, Joseph, 33 

Day, Timothy, 343 

Dayton, Samuel, 199 

Deane, Capt. Walter, 229 

Dearborn, Edvpard, 267 

Decker, Maj. Johannes, 109 

De Forest, Gideon, 43 

De Haven, Peter, 229 

De Huff, Capt. Abraham, 155 

De La Vergne, Maj. Benjamin, 336 

Denison, Lieut. Henry, 160 

Dennett, Capt. Ephraim, 313 

Dennett, Jeremiah, 313 

Dennis, Hon. John, 120 

Dent, Lieut. John, 157 

Devereux, Ens. John, 315 

De Witt, Paul, 352 

Dickerson, Capt. John, 218 

Dickinson, Daniel, 223 

Dickinson, Maj. Daniel, 101 

Dinsmore, John, 255 

Dinsmore, Kobert, 285 

Dix, Lieut. Timothy, 47 

Doane, Joel, 185 

Dodd, Isaac, 260 

Dodg-e, Sergt. Isaac, 190 

Dodge, Nathaniel Brown, 96 

Dodge, Samuel, 76 

Donaghho, John, 220 

Donelson, Col. John, 211 

Douglas, Capt. Asa, 295, 327 

Douglas, Capt. William, 295 

Douglas, Col. William, 191 

Douglas, Hon. William, 132 

Drake, Capt. Daniel, 70 

Drake, William, 98 

Drake, William, Jr., 98 

Drury, Ebenezer, 221 

Drury, Zedekiah, 221 

Dudley, Capt. Ambrose, 278 

Dunbar, David, Jr., 9 

Dunham, Capt. Geo., 25 

Dunlevy , Judge Francis, 122, 123 

Durand, Samuel, 190 

Durham, Jonathan, 205 

Durkee, Ens. Andrew, 76 

Durkee, Capt. Benjamin, 67 

Dygert, William, 338 



390 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Eames, Nathaniel, 8 

Eames, Nathaniel, Jr., 8 

Eaton, William, 275 

Edgar, Thomas, 86 

Edwards, William, 99 

Elderkin, Hon. Jedediah, 78 

Ellis, Abraham, 123 

Ellis, John 88 

Elwell, John, 142 

Ely, John, 291 

Ely, Lewis, 343 

English, Ens. James, 287 

Ensign, Otis, 137 

Erwin, Col. Arthur, 83, 84 

Evans, Lieut. Edward, 36 

Ewing, Gen. George, 181 



Fargo, Aaron 166 

Farnhain, Jonathan, 256 

Farnham, Reuben, 1 

Farnum, Elisha, 343 

Fassett, Capt. J ohn, 102 

Fassett, Capt. Jonathan, 102 

Faulkner, Col. William, 330 

Fausset, Charles, 139 

Faxon, James, 35 

Fay, Stephen, 248 

Feeter, William, 348 

Fenn, Edward 193 

Fenton, Corp. Jonathan, 166 

Ferguson, Alexander, 270 

Field, David, 180 

Finley, Eev. James, 220 

Finney, Lieut. Lazarus, 138 

Fisher, Mary Crosure, 94 

Fisher, Capt. Samuel, 94 

Flagg, Josiah 285 

Fletcher, Joshua, 311 

Fletcher, Corp. Phineas, 311 

Fletcher, Maj. Gen. Samuel, 53, 54, 298 

Flint, Dr. Thomas, 176 

Floyd, Capt. Charles, 240 

Flynn, John, 173 

Foote, David 130 

Foote, Nathaniel, 202 

Forbes, John, 155 

Ford, Lieut. Jonathan, 193 

Forde, vStandish, 136 

Forrest, Capt. Zachariah, 96 

Fosdick, Ens. Thomas 226 

Foster, Thomas 191 

Foster, Rev. William, 94 

Fowler, Capt. Noah, 60 

Fowler, Lieut. Col. Noah, 57 

Fox, Thomas 352 

Frary, Capt. Nathan, ?93, 294 

Frazer, John, 146 

French, Gould, 285 



ROI.L OF HONOR. 391 



French, Sergt. John, 247 

Frink, J ohn, 33 

Frink, John, Jr., 33 

Frost, Aaron, 352 

Frnit, Eobert, 156 

Fuller, Edward, 11 

Fuller, Noah, 292 

Fuller, William, 242 



Gale, Lieut. Abraham, 340, 342, 343 

Garden, Maj. Alexander, 90 

Gardner, Paul, 15 

Garland, Col, Benjamin, 284 

Garland, John, 284 

Garret, John, 274 

Gault, William, 284 

Gaylord, Eleazer, 201, 276 

Gaylord, Samuel, 58 

Gerritson, Samuel, 80 

Gibbes, Hon. William, 213, 214 

Gibbes, Capt. Lieut. William Hasell, 213, 214 

Gibert, Pierre, 289 

Gibson, Corp. David, 167 

Gibson, Isaac, 167 

Gilbert, Asa 185 

Gilbert, Sergt. Josiah, 222 

Gilbert, Capt. Samuel, 42 

Gilbert, Theodore, 185 

Giles, John, 313 

Giles, Jonathan, 105 

Gilkey, John, 250 

Gillespie. Col. George, 150 

Gillespy, Maj. John, 205 

Gillett,' Aaron, 169 

Gleason, Capt. Micajah, 31, 32 

Glover, Col. Jonathan, 15 

Goffe, John, 31, 32 

Goodrich, Lieut. Caleb, 38 

Goodrich, David, 189 

Gore, Obadiah, ^6 

Gore, Lieut. Obadiah, Jr., 76 

Goss, Ephraim, 104 

Gould, Col. Abraham, 334 

Gould, Silas, 60 

Gould, Sergt. Simeon, 96 

Gove, Elijah, 179 

Granger, Samuel, 61, 63, 64 

Granger, Simeon, 343 

Granniss, Simeon, 185 

Grant, Moses, Jr., 349 

Greely, Noah, 207 

Green, Duty, 61, 62 

Green, Capt. Israel, 212 

Green, Capt. James, 304 

Green, Capt. John, 144 

Green, Lieut. Thomas, 82, 301 

Grennell, Daniel, 341 

Oriffin, Sergt. Joseph, 255 



392 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Griffing, Ens. Stephen, 50, 311 

Griggs, Deacon Ichabod, 345 

Griggs, Ens. Ichabod, Jr., 345 

Griswold, Elisha, 22 

Griswold, Sergt. Samuel, 64 

Gross, Israel, 56 

Grout, Elijah, 30 

Grover, William, 125 

Gue, Joseph, 316 

Gunn, Gideon, 38 

Gurney, Asa, 23 



Hale, Bezaleel, 316 

Hale, Lieut. Joseph, 172 

Hall, Calvin, 319 

Hall, Col. Elihu, 94 

Hall, Capt. Jabez, 319 

Hall, Dr. John, 23 

Hall, Lieut. John, 51 

Hall, Joshua, 333 

Hall, Eev. Samuel, 346 

Hall, Capt. William, 145 

Hall, Lieut. William, 305, 333 

Halstead, Edward, 131, 336 

Halsted, Caleb, M. D., 208 

Hamilton, Richard, 67 

Hamlin, Elisha, 200 

Hamlin, Lieut. John, 193 

Hamlin, Capt. Seth, 98, 206 

Hammond, Col. Samuel, 145 

Hanf ord, John, 340 

Hansen, Barnet, 136 

Haring, Hon. John, 182 

Harlow, Benjamin, 104 

Harmon, Israel, 128 

Harrell, Rev. Asa, 151 

Harris, Hugh, 208 

Harris, Hon. John, 94 

Harrison, Gov. Benjamin, 151 

Harrison, Edw^ard, 57, 60 

Harrison, James, 64 

Hart, Samuel, 3 

Hartsorn, Samuel, 251 

Harvey, Lieut. John, 207 

Haskell, Corp. Simeon, 300 

Hastings, Capt. John, 187 

Hatch, Timothy, 235 

Hathorn, Col. John, 200 

Hawkins, Col. Philemon, Jr., 148 

Hayden, Maj. Josiah, 10, 13, 262 

Hays, Thomas, 282 

Heald, Maj. Ephraim, 11 

Hedges, Joseph, 240 

Hempstead, Stephen, 223 

Henry, John, 92 

Henry, William, 45 

Heron, Capt. James Gorden, 94 

Herrick, Maj. George, 341 



ROLL 01^ HONOR. ' 393 



Heyl, George, 244 

Hicks, Daniel, S6 

Hight, James, 3 

Hill, Daniel, 77, 249 

Hillyer, Capt. Andrew, 187 

Hincklev, Lieut. Benjamin, 56 

Hitchcock, Eldad, 283 

Hoadley, Daniel, 78 

Hoadley, Philemon, 179 

Hoar, Corp. Stephen, 35 

Hodge, James, 40 

Hodges, Capt. Seth, 236 

Hodges, William, 189 

Holbrook, Capt. Daniel, Jr., 127, 128, 131 

Holden, Capt. Abel, 333 

Holden, Lieut. John, 129 

HoUister, Salmon, 189 

Holt, Abiel, 69, 70 

Hopson, Capt. Henry, 277, 279 

Hopson, Ens. Samuel, 336 

Horton, Jason, 216, 217 

Horton, Maj. Jonathan, 106 

Horton, Sergt. Stephen, 312 

Hotchkiss, David, 268 

Hotchkiss, Capt. Gideon, 189, 268 

Howe, Dr. James, 73 

Howell, Caleb, 275 

Howell, Sergt. Jeremiah, 332 

Howell, John, 133 

Hubbard, Daniel, 38 

Hubbard, Lieut. James, 38 

Hubbell, Lieut. Gershom, 301 

Hulbert, Amos, 350 

Hulburd, Ebenezer, 154 

Hull, Hon. Andrew, Jr., 346 

Hull, Sergt. John 165 

Humphrey, Theophilus, 231 

Huntington, Capt. Amos, 45 

Huntington, Maj. Hezekiah, 294 

Huntington, Sergt. John, 213 

Huntoon, Lieut. Joseph, 153 

Hurlbut, Corp. Samuel, 161, 321 

Hutchings, William, 9 

Hutchins, Capt. Hezekiah, 326 

Hutchinson, Col. Israel, 335, 336 

Hyde, Maj. Caleb, 273 

Hyde, Lieut. James, Jr., 314 

Hyde, Capt. Jedediah, 93 

Hyde, Joel, 172 

Ingraham, Capt. Joshua, 196 

Irish, Col. George, 128 

Isenhauer, Frederick, 124 

Israel, Joseph, 353 

Ives, Joel, Jr., 188 

Jackson, Hon. Jonathan, 252 

Jaquess, Jonathan, 271 



394 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Jeff ery, Humphrey, 237, 238 

Jencks, Ens. Jeremiah, 85 

Jerauld, Capt. Dutee, 59 

Jewett, Ezekiel, 331 

Jewett, Capt. Joseph, 167, 296 

Johnson, Isaac, 199 

Johnson, Jeremiah, 163 

Johnson, Lemuel^ 343 

Johnson, Col. Obadiah, 269 

Johnson, Stephen William, 82, 302 

Johnson, William, 49, 236 

Johnston, Eev. William, 230, 231 

Johnston, Sergt. Witter, 230, 231 

Jones, Brig. Gen. Allen, 208 

Jones, Amos, 9, 12 

Jones, Corp. Eli, 252 

Jones, Ezra, 43 

Jones, Sergt. Samuel, 81 

Joy, Benjamin, 351 

Joy, Nathaniel, 288 



Kaple, John, 268 

Keen, John, 233 

Keith, Lieut. Alexander 133 

Keith, Ephraim, 94 

Keith, Sergt. Ephraim M., 94 

Keith, Capt. Josiah, 23 

Kelison, William (Richard), 207 

Kellogg, Silas, 66 

Kenney, Thomas, 11 

Kessler, John, 55 

Kimball, Capt. Benjamin, 287 

King, Dan, 80, 81 

Kingslev, Enos, 32 

Kirtland, Zebulon, 184 

Kittredge, Dr. Francis, 257 

Koiner, George Michael, 322 



Landers, Joseph, Jr., 110 

Landers, Seth 110 

Lane, Corp. Daniel, 25 

Lane, Samuel, 24 

Lane, Timothy, 96 

Lansing, Philip, 106 

Larned, Maj. Simon, 43. 44 

Latham, Jasper, 170 

Latta, Eev. James, D. D., 141 

Law, Lieut. William, 44 

Lawrence, Thomas, Jr., 338 

Lay, John, 75 

Lazarus, Sergt. Marks, 334 

Leach, Capt. Simeon, 9 

Lee, Capt. Elisha, 178 

Leeds, Thomas, 171 

Le Fevre, Ens. George, 222 

Legrow, Elias, 2 

Leonard, Justin, 102 



ROLIv OF HONOR. 395 



Leonard, Ziba, ^^ 

Lester, Dr. J ason, ^^° 

Lewis, Capt. Abraham, Jr., l^^ 

Lewis, Benjamin, 1^^ 

Lewis, Ebenezer, ^^ 

Lewis, Col. Fielding, ^^^ 

Lewis, Col. Nicholas, ^^^ 

Lewis, Samuel ^^^ 

Levan, Lient. Jacob, ^^^ 

Libby, Samuel, ^ 

Libby, Samuel, 284 

Lig-hthall, Abraham, ^^^ 

Lillie, Ens. David, ^^^ 

Lilly, Sergt. Jonathan, 9^ 

Little, Maj. George, 148 

Livingston, Col. James, 326 

Locke, Capt. Josiah, 45 

Lockerman, Lieut. Thomas Wyer, 13 

Lockwood, Capt. Timothy, 100 

Lombard, Israel, ^^ 

Lombard, Judge Solomon, ^ 

Lombard, Solomon, Jr., ^ 

Loomis, Capt. Amasa, ^83 

Loomis, Ichabod, ^"^ 

Lord, Lieut. James, 4 

Lord, Joel, If 

Lord, Capt. Martin, 35U 

36 



Lord, Thomas, 

Lovell, Capt. Jacob, 33d 

Lynde, Lieut. Benjamin, 331 

Lyon, Corp. John, ^^^ 

Lvon, Nehemiah Webb, 1^* 

Lytle, Andrew, 282 

Lytle, Andrew, Jr., '^^'^ 

McCalla, David l;^ 

jyicCalla, Marv Nixon, 14o 

McCalla, Sarah, 339 

McCalla, Thomas, ^^^ 

McClelland, Cary, • • • H* 

McCord, Corp. Mark, 351, 3&^ 

jNIcCraw, Francis, 1°^ 

McDowell, Alexander, l^'- 

McEwen, Alexander, 1^|^ 

INIcEwen, Margret Houston, • • * l,. 

McFaden. Lieut. Thomas H' f^t 

McFarland, Col. Daniel, ^38 

MacFarland, Maj. Moses, ^^^ 

McGee, James, j"*^ 

Mcintosh, Sergt. Jeremiah, lOo 

Mack, Hezekiah, IJJ 

McKean, Maj. Eobert, ^^^ 

JIcKean, Samuel, 3^^ 

McKinney, Mordecai, 11^ 

Mackintosh, Col. William, '==0J 

Maclay, Hon. William, 9* 

Maclin, Frederick ^J° 

McLure, John, ■^08 



396 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

McMaster, John, 76 

Magoun, Rev. Josiah, 18, 20 

Mallery, John, 334 

Manchester, Lieut. John, 87 

Manley, Daniel, 24 

Manley, Daniel, Jr., 24 

Manning, Capt. William, 172 

Marcy, Zebulon, 332 

Marks, Isaac, 1 85 

Marshall, Capt. John, 136 

Marshall, John, 108, 109 

Marshal, Eobert, 282 

Marston, Maj. Simon, 67 

Martin, Anthony, 105 

Martin, Edward 146 

Martin, Col. Nathaniel, 105 

Massey, William, 147 

Mather, Elijah, 113 

Mead, Lieut. Jasper, 315 

Means, John, 115 

Meredith, Brig. Gen. Samuel, 71 

Merrill, Jonathan, 112 

Mersereau, Judge Joshua, 324, 332 

Merwin, John, 195 

Merwin, John, Jr., 195 

Messenger, Samuel, 264 

Miller, Lieut. Anthony, 328 

Miller, Elijah, 328 

Miller, Increase, 63 

Miller, James Henry, 274 

Minott, Capt. John, 34 

Minot, Capt. Jonas, 293, 294 

Mitchell, Richard, Jr., 14 

Montgomery, Col. Hugh, 148 

Moody, Humphrey, 29, 30 

Moore, Justice Alfred, 212 

Moore, Jacob, 305 

Moore, Maj. John, 5 

Moore, Lieut. Joseph, 297 

Moore, Josiah, 297 

Morgan, Zedekiah, 314 

Morgan, William, 114 

Morgan, William, 178 

Morley, Timothy, 303 

Morris, Capt. Amos, 180, 302 

Morris, Lieut. Andrew, 309, 310 

Morse, Sergt. Jesse, 220 

Morton, Daniel, 100 

Morton, Levi, 91, 293, 294 

Moses, Michael, 194 

Mossman, Lieut. Timothy, 74, 75 

Moss, Lieut. Titus, 192 

Mott, Lieut. John, 152 

Mullin, James, 349 

:Munn, Sergt. Calvin, 27, 324 

Munson, Caleb, 228 

Munson, Epnraim, 122 

Munson, Isaac, 280 

Munson, Peter, 317 



ROI.Iv OF HONOR. 397 



Murfree, Capt. Hardy, 150 

Muzzy, Lieut. William, 254 



Napper, Corp. John, 157 

Nearing, Asahel, 180 

Neer, Charles, 161 

Newcomb, Lieut. Daniel, 328 

Newcomb, Jeremiah, 21 

Newcomb, Zaccheus, 328 

Newhall, Ezra, 250 

Newton, John, 300 

Nichols, Eli, 254 

Nichols, Jesse, 351 

Nichols, Moses, 262 

Noble, Asahel, 83 

Noble, Dr. Gideon, 103 

Norton, Peter, 8, 176 

Nourse, James, 239 

Noyes, Sergt. Moses, 52 

Nye, Maj. Benjamin, 154 



Oak, Sergt. Silvanus, 300 

Ogle, William, 121 

Oliphant, Capt. Jonathan, 72 

Oliver, Sergt. David, 21 

Oliver, Douglas, 278 

Osgood, Capt, David, 328 

Osgood, Lieut. Josiah, 227 

Ottinger, Christopher, 134 

Owen, Ens. Isaac, 80 



Page, Isaac, 128 

Page, Thomas, 136 

Painter, Lieut. John, 353 

Palmer, Lieut. Elias Sanf ord, 144, 259 

Palmer, Ens. John, 127 

Palmer, Joshua, 247 

Pardee, Moses, 196, 197 

Parker, Lieut. Able, 317 

Park, Ezra, 193 

Parker, Isaac, 168 

Parker, Lieut. Kedar, 158 

Parker, Sergt. Lemuel, 261 

Parker, Linus, 38 

Parker, Maj. Samuel Franklin, 175 

Parkhurst, Samuel, 34 

Parmelee, John, 167 

Parsons, Lieut. David, 131 

Parsons, Capt. Joseph, 284 

Parsons, Rev. Justin, 91, 293, 294 

Partridge, Capt. Calvin, 22, 25 

Patten, Thomas, 225 

Patterson, Alexander, 286 

Patterson, Alexander, Jr., 286 

Patterson, Lieut. Ephraim, 293, 295 

Patterson, John, 293, 295 



398 daughte;rs of the American revolution. 

Patterson, Sergt. Sherman, 1 

Paull, Lieut. James, 272 

Peabody, Nathaniel Prentice, 54 

Pearson, Sergi;. Amos 49 

Pearsons, Sergt. Amos, 236 

Pearsons, Nathaniel, 331 

Pease, Joseph, 211 

Peck, Daniel, 329 

Peck, Col. Ichabod, 329 

Pendelton, Amos, 128 

Pendelton, William, 128 

Percival, Dr. Jabez, 164 

Percival, Capt. Timothy, 164 

Perkins, Capt. Jesse, 25 

Perkins, Ens. John, 115 

Perkins, Richard, 3 

Perkins, Zebulon, 226 

Perrine, William, 260 

Perry, Capt. James, 215, 216 

Perry, Capt. John, 50 

Perry, Silas, 41, 42 

Pettibone, Judge Giles, 199 

Pettigrew, Lieut. John, 202, 203, 204, 205 

Philip. Lieut. George, 304, 305 

Phinazee, John, 217 

Phipps, Elijah, 37, 38 

Phipps, Samuel, 37, 38 

Pickering, Gen. Timothy, 17 

Pier, David, 324 

Pier, Thomas, Jr., 324 

Pierson, Ens. Abraham, 201 

Pierson, Dodo, 201 

Pinney, Sergt. Eleazer, 201 

Pinney, Joseph, Jr., 292 

Plimpton, Capt. Ezekiel, 349 

Plimpton, Simon, 349 

Plummer, Corp. William, 159 

Plunket, Col. William, 302, 303 

Pollard, Timothy, 7 

Pomeroy, Brig. Gen. Seth 28 

Poole, Lieut. Samuel, 50 

Poppleton, Sergt. Samuel, 131 

Porter, David, 174 

Porter, William, 236 

Post, Capt. Anthony, 80 

Potter, Dr. James, 33 

Potter, Judge William, 319 

Poyas, Capt. John Ernest, 145 

Pratt, Corp. Daniel, 198 

Pratt, Thomas, 37, 38 

Prentice, Lieut. James, 174 

Prentice, Sergt. Stephen, 177 

Prentiss, Rev. Caleb, 8 

Prentiss, Col. Samuel, 273 

Prentiss, Dr. Samuel, Jr., 273 

Preston, Adj. Amariah, HI 

Preston, Sergt. Isaac, 256 

Price, Robert , 225 

Priest, Corp. Philemon, 266 



ROLI, OF HONOR. 399 



Proctor, Capt. Leonard, 296 

Putnam, Aaron, 227, 228 

Putnam, Capt, Edmund, 26 

Putnam, Eleazer, 71 

Putnam, Henry, 71 

Putnam, Maj. Gen. Israel, 147 

Putnam, John, 236 

Putnam, Stephen, 82, 302 



Eansom, Ezekiel, 53, 54 

Easin, Lieut. William, 245 

Raymond, Napthali, 146 

Redfield, Ambrose, 122 

Reed, Col. Seth, 166 

Reekie, Capt. Andrew, Ill 

Remsen, Col. Henry, 88 

Requa, Gabriel, 318 

Reynolds, John 63 

Rice, James, 4 

Rice, Jonathan, 8 

Rice, Justus, 188 

Rice, Maj. Nathan, 164 

Rice, Richard 4 

Richards, Daniel, 283 

Richards, Joseph, 98 

Richards, Josiah, 168 

Richardson, Capt. Aaron, 337 

Richardson, Nehemiah, 308 

Richardson, William, 126 

Richardson, Maj. William 213, 214 

Richmond, Ephraim, 283 

Richmond, Gideon, 150 

Richmond, Josiah, 315 

Rideout, James, 262 

Ring-gold, Thomas, 245 

Ripley, Piram, 269 

Ritchie, Capt. Craig, 339 

Robbins, John, 238 

Robbins, Corp. Lemuel, 134 

Robbins, Oliver, 347 

Roberts, James, 97 

Roberts, John, 342 

Roberts, Lieut. Peter, 125, 340, 342, 343 

Robinson, Abraham, 132 

Robinson, Lieut. George, 4 

Robinson, Col. John, 54 

Robinson, Sergt. Jonathan, 249 

Robinson, Capt. Noah, 68 

Robinson, Philip, 103 

Rockwell, Jabez, 48 

Rockwell, Lieut. James, 273 

Rogers, John, 226, 243 

Root, Lieut. Gideon, 128 

Root, Joseph, 89 

Root, Timothy, 89 

Ross, James, 167 

«7 



400 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Ross, John, 59 

Ross, Thomas, 139 

Rowen, Christopher, 141 

Ruggles, Nathaniel, 65, 278, 279 

Russell, John, 57, 60 

Russell, Sergt. John, Jr., 57 

Russell, Philip, 278 

Rust, Moses, 242 

Rutherford, Judge Robert, 94 

Ryekman, Abram, 303 



St. John, Lydia, 345 

Sampson, Gabriel, 91 

Sanborn, Peter, 47 

Sandf ord, Oliver, 183 

Sanf ord, James, 48 

Sargent, Jacob, Jr 201 

Sartwell, Capt. Simon, 102 

Savage, James, 11 

Sawyer, Lieut. Elisha, Jr., 232 

Sawyer, James, 173 

Schaeffer, Hendrick, 326 

Scott, Mark, 73 

Scott, Samiiel, 73 

Scott, Silvanus, 73 

Scott, Lieut. Col. William, 46 

Scribner, Sergt. Asa, , . . 53 

Scvidder, Lieut. Henry, 317 

Sears, Christopher, 258 

Sears, Edmund, 258 

Sears, Sergt. Jonathan, 270 

Sears, Corp. Paul, 173 

Seward, Corp. David 180 

Sexton, Charles, 335 

Seymour, Sergt. Samuel, 295 

Seymour, Lieut. William, 345 

Shackf ord, Paul, 313 

Shannon, David, 138 

Sharts, Nicholas Jr., 99 

Shattuck, Abel, 300 

Shattuck, Philip, 261 

Shaw, David, 250 

Shaw, Francis, 252 

Shaw, Thomas 30 

Shelby, Brig. Gen. Evan, 240 

Shelby, Gov. Isaac, 240 

Sheldon, Sergt. Abner, 161 

Sheldon, Daniel, 154 

Sheldon, Capt. Ebenezer, 128 

Sheldon, Samuel, Jr., 58 

Shelly, Samuel 307 

Sherman, Lieut. John 209 

Sherman, Hon. Roger, 209 

Sherwood, Isaac, 349 

Shoemaker, Maj. Hanyoost, 338 

Shoemaker, Capt. Rudolph, 338 

Sholes, Abel, 170 

Short, Moses, 35 



ROLIv Of HONOR. 401 



Shute, Enoch, 57 

Shute, Col. William, 57 

Simms, Eobert, 218 

Simpson, John, . .*. 110 

Simpson, Josiah, 119 

Sinnickson, Capt. Andrew, 2d, 72 

Sinnickson, Jndge Andrew, 72 

Sisson, Thomas, 142 

Skeele, Capt. Amos, 86 

Skeel, Jonathan, 99 

Skilling-s, Simeon, 263 

Slader, Samuel, 179 

Slater, Peter, 132 

Sloan, James 266 

Slocomb, William, 49 

Smalley, John, 233 

Smith, Alexander, 175 

Smith, Benjamin, 100 

Smith, Lieut. David, 273 

Smith, Lieut. James, 305 

Smith, Sergt. James, 177 

Smith, Josiah, 22 

Smith, Pliny, 306 

Smith, Samuel, 126 

Smith, Maj. Stephen, 7 

Smith, Col. Thomas, 222 

Smith, Maj. Thomas, : 121 

Smith, William, 72 

Sniffin, James, 316 

Soper, Lieut. Alexander, 26 

Souther, Samuel, 279 

Southwick, David, 112 

Southwick, Gen. Solomon, 276 

Spicer, Edward, 114, 115 

Sprague, Samuel, 251 

Spurr, Lemuel, 40 

Stackpole, Lieut. Samuel, 10 

Stagg, Sergt. James, 289 

Stanley, Capt. Abraham, 303 

Stanton, Lieut. Isaac Wheeler, 241 

Staples, John, 48 

Starkey, Peter, 46 

Stearns, Corp. Aaron, 271 

Steele, Capt. Bradford, 137 

Steele, Bradford, Jr., ' 137 

Steele, John, 282 

Steere, Judge Richard, 84 

Stephens, John, 239 

Stevens, Elisha, 343 

Steward, Daniel, 5 

Stiles, Capt. Jeremiah, 246 

Stiles, Sergt. John, 217 

Stillman, Nathaniel, 347 

Stockbridge, Corp. David, 153 

Stone, Eliphalet, 226 

Stone, Lieut. Jonathan, 339 

Stone, Levi, 299 

Stone, Shubael, . . ." 226 

Stone, Corp. Uriah, 87 



402 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Stratton, Maj. Isaac, 266 

Straw, Capt. Jonathan, 257 

Straw, JonatJian, Jr., 257 

Streit, Capt. Frederick, 311 

Strong, Ebenezer, 201 

Sturtevant, Lemuel, 347 

Sullivan, Capt. Daniel, 242 

Sutherland, Lieut. John, 344 

Sutton, William, 136 

Swart, Ens. Peter 97 

Sweet, Jabez, 249 

Sweetland, Sergt. John, 76 

Sweetser, Kichard, 92, 288 



Taf t, Silas, 93 

Taf t, Stephen, 93 

Talcott, Col. Elizur, 76 

Tanner, Lieut. Thomas, 323 

Taylor, John, 53 

Taj-lor, John, 287 

Taylor, Jonathan, 287 

Taylor, William, 230 

Taylor, Serg-t. William, 185 

Tearse, Maj. Peter Bailey, 178 

Tenney, Benjamin, 331 

Tenney, Daniel 18 

Terrell, Capt. George, 179 

Terry, Maj. Ephraim, 253 

Thayer, Col. Isaac, 261 

Thompson, Jonathan, 207 

Thompson, Lieut. William 5, 6 

Thruston, Col. Charles Mynn, 244 

Thurber, Samuel, 171 

Tice, John, 142 

Tift, Solomon, 171 

Titus, Timothy, 297 

Toll, Lieut. Daniel, 227 

Torrey, Corp. John, 105 

Tousley, William, 292 

Tower, J eduthan 135 

Tower, Malachi, 250 

Tower, Malachi, Jr., 250 

Towne, Jacob, 226 

Townsley, Dan, 265 

Tracy, Hezekiah, 296 

Tracy, Lieut. Solomon 352 

Treman, Abner, '''4 

Trent, Nathaniel, 36 

Tritt, Peter, Jr., 222 

Trowbridge, Sergt. John, 92 

Tucker, Silas, 345 

Tufts, Anne Adams, 18, 20 

Tufts, Peter 18, 20 

Turner, Moses, 89 

Tusten, Hon. Benjamin, 123 

Tutt, Col. Richard, 214 

Tyler, Capt. John, 206 



ROIvlv OF HONOR. 403 



Upham, Joseph, 27 



Vacher, Dr. John Francis, 289 

Vail, Lieut. Isaac, 328 

Vail, Capt. Israel, 328 

Valentine, Elvin, 167 

Van Derzee, Ens. Cornelius, 88 

Van Doom, Anthony, 196 

Van Duzer, Capt. Christopher, 123 

Van Santvoord, Capt. Cornelius, 88 

Van Steenburg, Capt. Elias, 40 

Van Wart, Lieut. Isaac, 206 

Veeder, Capt. Garrett S., 319 

Vesey, Joshua, 12 

Vose, ±Jrig. Gen. J oseph, 263 



Wadsworth, Capt. Jonathan, 52 

Wadsworth, Lieut. Roger, 186 

Wait, John, 100 

Wakefield, Patteshall, 192 

Walker, Abel, 159 

Walker, Enos, 282 

Walker, Lieut. Gideon, 296 

Walker, Lieut. John, 243 

Walker, Sergt. Samson, 257 

Walker, Dr. Thomas, 275 

Walker, Jedediah, 282 

Wallace, James, 328 

Ward, Maj. Gen. Artemas, 16 

Ward, Capt. James, 134 

Ward, Capt. Richard, 69 

Ward, Hon. Stephen, 51 

Warren, Capt. Benjamin, 20 

Waterman, Col. John, 270 

Way, Sergt. Elisha, 176 

Weaver, Lieut. George, 338 

Weaver, Nicholas G., 338 

Webb, James, 14 

Webb, William, 304 

Webster, Col. Alexander, 282 

Webster, Col. John, 285 

Weeks, Elijah, 75 

Weeks, Capt. Thomas, 75 

Wells, Elisha, 79 

Wells, Lieut. Col. Jonathan, 55 

Wells, Stephen, 235 

Welton, Dan, 198 

Weston, Joseph, 4, 6, 8 

Wheeler, Lieut. Isaac, 143, 144 

Wheeler, John, 171 

Wheeler, Capt. Nathaniel, 183 

Wheeler, Ruf us, 36 

Whipple, Benjamin, 51 

Whipple, Ezra, 75 

White, Daniel, 257 

White, Capt. Mark, 257 

Whiting, Timothy 259 



404 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI^UTION. 

Whiting, Lieut. Timothy, Jr., 259 

Whitman, Isaac, 335, 336 

Whitman, Capt. Simeon, 335, 336 

Whitmore, Andrew, 243 

Whitmore, Francis, 243 

Whitney, Capt. Jonathan, 336 

Wickersham, Peter, 113 

Wicks, Ezekiel, 317 

Wig-htman, Abraham, 116 

Wikoff, Capt. Peter, 73 

Wilcox, Deacon Abel, 350 

Wilcox, Elijah, Jr., 237 

Wilcox, Lieut. Uriah, 287 

Wilder, Capt. Theophilus, 251 

Williams, Frederick, 169 

Williams, Judge John, 150 

Williams, Joseph, , 133 

Williams, Col. Joseph, 225 

Williams, Capt. Simeon, 28 

Williams, Stephen, 174 

Williamson, Anne Newton, 118 

Williamson, Thomas, 118 

Williamson, William, 118 

Willson, Jonathan, 309 

Willson, Solomon, 309 

Wilmarth, Capt. Shubael, 116 

Wilmarth, Capt. Timothy, Jr., 143 

Wilson, Col. Benjamin, 233 

Wilson, Lieut. Col. George, 227, 228 

Wilson, Samuel, 96 

Wilson, William, 96 

Wiltbank, Judge John, 204 

Winn, Capt. John, 264 

Winslow^, Lieut. Joshua, 297 

Witherspoon, Hon. John, 84 

Witter, Capt. Ezenezer, 156 

Wolcott, William, 186 

Wood, Abijah, 234 

Wood, Daniel, 116, 351 

Wood, J udge Ephraim, 19, 20 

Wood, Samuel, 234, 235 

Woodbury, Capt. Peter, 165 

Woodbury, Capt. Peter, Jr., 165 

Woodcock, Nehemiah, 306 

Woodruff, D. Hunloke, 310 

Woodward, Eosewell, 65, 278> 279 

Woodworth, Lieut. William, 223 

Wright, Lieut. Abel, 102 

Wright, Dudley, 80 

Wright, Capt. James, 224 

Wynkoop, Judge Henry, 210 



Yeomans, Stephen, 121 

Ziele, Lieut. Col. Peter, 326 

Zielley, Capt. John, 104